Discussion in 'Aquarium Photography' started by aquariaman, May 2, 2011.
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nice tank man and those are some clear pics kudos to you
Bear in mind that anything you put on Photobucket is considered public domain, which means anyone can use them for anything without asking you (including using them to sell stuff).
very nice... i use a D5000 as well! GREAT camera
any thought about what your next new lens will be yet?
Not quite. The intention of the terms of service are meant to allow for linking, in the way that we normally do here. The terms of service specifically state that the license for use is limited, while public domain works have absolutely no limitations on them. If that weren't in the TOS, you wouldn't be able to link a pic unless you were the owner of the uploading account. What they don't automatically do is provide a full public domain license to be given on any picture on the site to anyone who wants it. There are public domain works on Photobucket, but they aren't just automatically lumped into that legal status.
In other words, it's complicated. Copyright still applies, but anyone can link out to Photobucket.
Thanks guys! I was thinking probably the 55-200mm VR lens. It looks pretty good and at the same time not too much money. Does anyone hear on 3reef have any photos taken by this lens? If so, i would LOVE to see them!!
Ah, well, i don't care that much. They are good photos but i think i will take better ones in the future!
Depends on what you wanna take pictures of. For fish, coral, flowers, and other small stuff, you want a macro lens of some kind. 55-200mm would be better suited towards stuff like sports and outdoor photos.
Looks like i found the one i want!
I assume that it came with 18-55mm lens?
It depends on what your main objects are, just like blackraven1425 said above, but Id go with 70-300mm VR since I like to take wild animal pictures occasionally. On the other hand, if you want the best lens for taking aquarium pics, itd be a macro (micro) lens like this.
Love the pictures!!!! You could post your setting you used, that way you can get more pointers. I just picked up a d3100 a few days ago, hopefully I can see what settings your using and I can give them a try or get some pointers from you.
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