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Old 05-23-2004, 01:51 AM   #1
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Just a couple of Pics

I just wanted to share a couple of pics that i took recently

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Very Nice Pics.

Camera and Settings??
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I have a Sony F828, you can see my settings for each pic directly underneath them. Tank lights only, no flash.
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Cool. Your pics are very clear and have nice colr. Thanks for sharing your pics....now give me some of that coral!!!
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HEHEHEHE, careful there! I'm very protective of my corals.
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Very nice. They could ba a little nicer with a larger aperture number, this would force you to use a slower shutter speed, but give you a better DOF. At 2.2 your DOG is pretty thin when your that close, remember when focusing, DOF is 1/3 infront and 2/3 behind your focal point. The closer you get to the subject the thinner the DOF becomes.
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Very nice. They could ba a little nicer with a larger aperture number, this would force you to use a slower shutter speed, but give you a better DOF. At 2.2 your DOG is pretty thin when your that close, remember when focusing, DOF is 1/3 infront and 2/3 behind your focal point. The closer you get to the subject the thinner the DOF becomes.
Wow, that one button can do all of that ! And on the commercials they just say point and click.

Good looking pix!
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The eel is wonderful. =)
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RR when i increase my Fstop to larger numbers, i dont really notice any different until i get to and F5 or higher, but then i get more blurr in the pic from the corals moving. How do i increase my Fstop and keep the pic clear? Increase the ISO?
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I wouldn't go above ISO 200, but there is option of exposure compensation, and um...turning off the pumps when you shoot and putting the camera on a tripod.
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