I'll start... first off, I'm new to photography. I was going to get a DSLR but I decided on a mirrorless ILC, the Samsung NX300. Now I have two hobbies which I enjoy right now... aquascaping and photography.
FTS (NX300, 18mm, F/7, ISO-100, 3 sec exposure in Shutter Priority mode) -- my setting were all crazy. Not sure what I'm doing.
Ember Tetra (NX300, 37mm, F/6.3, ISO-1600, 1/160 sec., Aperture Priority)
Here's a pic of our female Pom, Kitsu. Photo was taken with NX300 on Aperture Priority Mode F/2 with a 30mm prime. There's some blurriness due to it being a handheld shot. Should have used a tripod.
Please feel free to give me constructive criticism or suggest some photo techniques. I'm a newbie trying to learn.