Taking pics - what do you guys use?

Discussion in 'Aquarium Photography' started by PackLeader, Aug 21, 2008.

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  1. conjuay

    conjuay Feather Duster

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    Melev's reef had a great article on aquarium photography, and I ended buying the Fuji Finepix S602Z, which is mentioned in the article.

    Here is a photo of what has happened in Central Florida after T.S. Fay came through, even snakes are seeking higher ground!
     

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  3. cuttingras

    cuttingras Starving Artist :)

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    Now what's wrong with this pic? Nothing, it's a beautiful pic and a Gorgeous Tang I love those lips! How pretty!:)



    I think it's ok, he knows we're messing with him. He usually has such great pics and then he gives us an ID one and it's a bad pic...wassupwitdat?? LOL Love ya Mission! ;):kiss:
     
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  4. {Nano}Reefer

    {Nano}Reefer Dragon Wrasse

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    nice job guy!! how are those korallias working out far ya ;D

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  5. {Nano}Reefer

    {Nano}Reefer Dragon Wrasse

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    LMAO!!!!!! dam thats too funny
     
  6. amcarrig

    amcarrig Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I agree. That's a great picture. Photographing moving fish is alot more difficult than photographing a stationery object so well done Pack Leader!
     
  7. amcarrig

    amcarrig Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Until/unless I find myself taking more pictures than I have been lately, I don't see much need to spend the money on another lens....besides Craig said I could borrow his :lol:
     
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  9. PackLeader

    PackLeader Giant Squid

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    Great, and I have added a filter that is pumping out 3x what the old one was (trying to clean the tank of toxins after an anenome death). up to 1200gph and everyone loves it ;D
     
  10. PackLeader

    PackLeader Giant Squid

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    For those of you that have a tri-pod? How big of a difference does it make, even if your not doing macro work?
     
  11. {Nano}Reefer

    {Nano}Reefer Dragon Wrasse

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    sweet deal! i would keep the old filter on there still, more filter-ing power ;D
     
  12. PackLeader

    PackLeader Giant Squid

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    Nah, then there wouldnt be room for the skimmer thats on its way;)