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    Interesting article on photographing fish in an aquarium

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    Re: Interesting article on photographing fish in an aquarium

    i had also read somewhere that the photog had put while paper around 3 sides for better light.

    ah crap, now i am getting my flash as my camera and tripod are already sitting in front of my tank..........
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    Re: Interesting article on photographing fish in an aquarium

    shot about 8 pics and my SD card did not want to go into my laptop to easily, one of the copperish prongs is sitting up a little, guess thats it Donald Ducked. Glad this didnt happen after a days shoot.

    Zoomed up on the pics while they were still in camera, the tripod, flash and F22 with my 35mm prime was a huge improvement than the Handheld shots. My fish don't sit as still as his shrimps, but still...
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    Re: Interesting article on photographing fish in an aquarium

    I have kept Tropical fish for about 27 years and never took a photograph of them.............
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    Re: Interesting article on photographing fish in an aquarium

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy1961 View Post
    shot about 8 pics and my SD card did not want to go into my laptop to easily, one of the copperish prongs is sitting up a little, guess thats it Donald Ducked. Glad this didnt happen after a days shoot.

    Zoomed up on the pics while they were still in camera, the tripod, flash and F22 with my 35mm prime was a huge improvement than the Handheld shots. My fish don't sit as still as his shrimps, but still...
    These shrimp are about 2-3 cm in size. He was doing macro through the glass and still the shots look pretty sharp. Impressive.
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    Re: Interesting article on photographing fish in an aquarium

    Hohoho, seems like Df and E72 model I have can have a go, maybe even with 2x TX, just need to go to a pet shop or our Zoo sometime again. In fact amphibians do make for prettier shots IMO, but dirty glass or them being too far hasn't helped in the past, but that indeed isn't my issue anymore.
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