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    Default Re: what lens to use to shoot aquarium pictures

    Hi,
    ok i took around 500 photos today and i must admit ... those fish are fast! omg!
    And yes, like u all said, a big problem is the light! i had to push the iso up to
    800 or sometimes even to 1600 ...
    At the end of a day, i did find out some new things from which i have learned a lot!
    so here are some test shots from today

    picture 1
    picture 2
    picture 3
    picture 4
    picture 5
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    picture 8
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    picture 12
    picture 13
    picture 14

    Its a start! I know i am far from what i want to achive, but its a start ...

    c&c pls
    Last edited by HEki; 25th March 2008 at 04:05 AM.
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    Default Re: what lens to use to shoot aquarium pictures

    You have some decent pictures for a start. Once you master the technique, you must learn on composition. I like to use prime lens so I can make my background more dreamy. Below are some pictures that I do not use polariser. Remember that the focus is always on the fish eye.









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