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    Default My fish. (I was rather bored.)



    Well, I'd add a description but I can't really think of anything. The goldfish "style" is pretty common and boring, eh?
    Just started using my new camera though. Fun! These two photos were taken one morning before I rushed off to work, actually just to test to camera. But these two images weren't too shabby-looking, or so I thought.

    Comments are GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!

    Cheers!
    Last edited by _-Ken; 1st April 2007 at 11:19 AM.

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    1 image posting per week please as per Critique Corner guidelines http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=139941

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    Quote Originally Posted by _-Ken View Post
    Oops. Sorry!
    you might want to edit the post to remove the extra image

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    the color in the photo is quite vivid and nice yup. if possible it'll be nice to take the photo slightly higher, to see what the fish is nibbling at. haha. just my lousy opinion!
    35mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan.uses.an.eos66 View Post
    the color in the photo is quite vivid and nice yup. if possible it'll be nice to take the photo slightly higher, to see what the fish is nibbling at. haha. just my lousy opinion!
    Haha, thanks a lot! Well, actually the fish wasn't really nibbling at anything. Lol. Maybe bubbles. Goldfish aren't particularly smart.

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    Try improving on the sharpness of the eye. And after that, go for overall sharpness by increasing the DOF (aperture control.)

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