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  1. #641
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    Great looking pictures droopy!

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    Droopy - that big fish is probably a Grouper.



    Here's two really strange ones; I was playing with some IR conversions today.


    Apple blossoms...(Sort of Alice in Wonderland-ish)...






    Snowy landscape....
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    Ditto, great pictures droopy.

    Here is one I shot today:

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    C&C is always welcome.

    Edit: It seems that I overlooked michaelb's new pics whilst posting mine. I agree that the second one looks quite strange, I like the first one better.
    Last edited by njoy_az; 01-21-2008 at 02:33 PM.
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    droopy, excellent aquarium shots.

    What settings did you use? And lens? I tried getting some aquarium shots last month with my 18-55mm and 70-200mm, with a variety of settings, but got miserable shots (too embarrassed to post). Really looking forward to your tips. That trip was my most frustrating one - high expectations and came away with nada.

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    from last weekend


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    Quote Originally Posted by ZoicX View Post
    droopy, excellent aquarium shots.

    What settings did you use? And lens? I tried getting some aquarium shots last month with my 18-55mm and 70-200mm, with a variety of settings, but got miserable shots (too embarrassed to post). Really looking forward to your tips. That trip was my most frustrating one - high expectations and came away with nada.

    In that aquarium you can only get good shots with either 1) really steady hands and a motionless subject at a 4.0 aperture or larger 2) a tripod (but u'll still get blur if they move and you'll look really crazy) or 3) a really really low aperture. I think both of those shots were close to wide open (f/2.0-2.5) with my 50mm f/1.4. Anything smaller than 2.8 and you'll get bad results. Even then any movement will ruin the photo. Luckily the fish were sitting still or close to it. I probably took over 450 shots in two visits and <10 were close to worth keeping. Oh yeah, and I used 1600 ISO and Av mode, no flash.
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    My Girl

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelb View Post
    Droopy - that big fish is probably a Grouper.



    Here's two really strange ones; I was playing with some IR conversions today.

    nive shots, they do have that surreal quality thats interesting to look at. i've been thinking about IR for a while now. any pointers ?
    D800e l V3 l AW1 l 16-35 l 35 l 50 l 85 l 105 l EM1 l 7.5 l 12-40 l 14 l 17 l 25 l 45 l 60 l 75
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    White snow with IR?
    Eerie and nice... but not IR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coldrain View Post
    White snow with IR?
    Eerie and nice... but not IR.
    Yea, its pretty out there. Just playing around.


    Here's our Condo in IR....
    Michael B.
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