Discussion in 'Aquarium Photography' started by reefnJeff, May 26, 2013.
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Purple Whip gorg.
And a beauty.
I played with the editing on this one a tad.
Purple Whip! Really!! Needs to be a Blue Whip
Completely missed it! A well placed : would have lead me to believe it was sarcasm
Some older shots I found on my Photobucket account. Lol I havent taken any reef pictures recently.
Here is an older one of my Duncan frag:
And one of my Cyphastrea:
How do you get such nice pictures with so much blue? My camera does not like the blue lights at all, pics always look crappy. Really nice.
I use a dslr. A Nikon d5100. But I change my white balance to the cloudy setting. It picks up blues better then. These shots have had very little color correction if any at all. I dont like post processing my coral shots. Its too easy to make a coral look unrealistic that way. Custom white balances are usually the best way to go when shooting a reef tank, but I usually just use cloudy and make sure to get a good exposure. Alot a playing around with your camera and a basic understanding of photography really helps get quality shots.
Nice looking Palys Cheryl! I really like your Hydnophora.
I Will have to remember that trick, thanks for sharing.
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