Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by KylePeterson, Feb 27, 2009.
Couple aquarium shots. Would love some feedback!
Very nice. The yellow plant (or whatever it's called) in the first photo is distracting, but I know it's hard to get fish to move to just the right spot...
The second one is very nice.
I like #1 the best. Amazing sharpness for 1/40. How did you get it to hold still?
#2 is technically very well done, nice dof like the first picture, but it doesn't do much for me.
I am more impressed at how you got your clown to sit semi still at least! mine move SOOO much anytime I get within like 2 feet of the tank haha. Great detail in both, I like the one of the clown over the goby because you can see the scales on the clown
Very nice and clear pictures. I love the clown fish picture.
Wow - amazing pics Kyle, gerat work. Can you share any pic data? (iso, F-stop, etc.)
How do you figure out that he shot a 1/40? :/
Also, great pics.
The second one has some white spots, so it would be nice to clone those out.
EDIT: saw it was OK to edit your pics:
Probably looked at the exif data
Thanks so much for that link! :hail:
I got lucky and took a lot of shots. I ended up with a bunch of blurry, poor pictures, and about 5 good ones
I didn't even use a tripod for these. I just started shooting, and playing with some settings. I couldn't believe the 1/40 shutter didn't blur.
#1 - f-5.6, 1/40, ISO 400
#2 - f-5.6, 1/125, ISO 400
Seward, it looks great! Thanks for the edit. I thought the spots were on my computer, and didn't even notice them!
i like the clown fish alot.
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