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Post by arlon »

First effort at taking a picture of a fish in an aquarium. Has it's own set of issues..

55mm micro lens on the D50. F8 @ 1/100.

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Nice! Great skin textures, especially in the larger photo. Good DOF, no sign of reflections from the aquarium walls. Really well done.

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Post by salden »

This is a beautiful image. I know the challenges with images taken in an aquarium environment. You did an excellent job.
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Well I don't know anything about shooting aquariums but you did do a great job on this. :D What kind of fish is that? :-k

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Post by arlon »

Thanks for the comments. He is a "Spiny Plecostomus". We have had him for about 6 years...
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