Hello to all the clubsnap experts,
I am a novice to photography, and currently own a DSLR Olympus e450 which comes with 2 kit lenses, a 14-42mm f3.5-5.6, and a 40-150mm f4.0-5.6. Do not have any macro lense or remote shutter release or add-on flash.
I want to take better photos of my tiny nocturnal shrimps but finds it very challenging for me. Theses are sulawesi shrimps.
They come out only at night when all the lights are off.
They are tiny, about 1.5cm to 2cm in size
They detect movement and hide quickly
They don't come near the sides and glass of the tank.
I have been setting the shutter speed really low, to 1/2 sec or lower, and the aperture to about F5.6 on the 14-42mm lense. ISO 400 or higher.
These are some shots I have captured. Really need suggestion on how I can improve my future photos. All recommendations and suggestions are most welcomed.
A caridina dennerli
A caridina striata
A caridina tigri
Thanks in advance.