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Old 10-24-2012, 01:46 AM   #1
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If you use an IPhone for your fishy pics

I recently discovered an easy way to get clear pics of those pesky fish that just won't sit still or some nice action shots. It may already be common knowledge and I'm just late but I take a video of said fish and then play the video. I then pause the video and drag the playback bar at the top slowly until I find a nice, clear picture of my finned friend. I then touch the screen to get the options bars to go away and then take a screen shot pressing the home button and lock button at the same time. Like I said it might be something everyone already does and. I'm just late but it has sure helped me.
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Old 10-24-2012, 01:49 AM   #2
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All 3 of these are done using this method and I just thought I would share it with anyone who was interested.
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Old 10-24-2012, 02:18 AM   #3
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Thanks. That is a great idea.
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Wow!! I've never thought of that! Too cool. Maybe now I'll have descent photos. Thank you so very much for sharing!
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It took me a while to work this one out but I did get there in the end. My fish always play up for the camera little pains but that's why I love them
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Old 10-24-2012, 09:31 AM   #6
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I'm glad this was beneficial to everyone. Just another tool in the tool belt for getting pic of your finned friends.
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I recently discovered an easy way to get clear pics of those pesky fish that just won't sit still or some nice action shots. It may already be common knowledge and I'm just late but I take a video of said fish and then play the video. I then pause the video and drag the playback bar at the top slowly until I find a nice, clear picture of my finned friend. I then touch the screen to get the options bars to go away and then take a screen shot pressing the home button and lock button at the same time. Like I said it might be something everyone already does and. I'm just late but it has sure helped me.
Yep .. I knew of it ... but I guess I'm just to lazy to actually do it. Still, it's great sharing this with others ... it's not something that's usually considered. I suspect we'll start seeing even better quality iPhone "Video Pics".
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All 3 of these are done using this method and I just thought I would share it with anyone who was interested.
Nice gar!!!!! I had one for 13 years...miss that dude!!
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Excellent tip! I'll try that right now.
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Awesome tip thanks for the post! I never thought to do that!!!
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