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Old 12-16-2011, 08:43 AM   #1
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Beautiful shots! Love the camera work!
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I agree, they are absolutely stunning photos! I wish I had a camera like that!
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Makes me want to start a 50 gallon aw setup
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Wow, your pictures are always amazing! Nice, absolutely beautiful corals!
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I agree, they are absolutely stunning photos! I wish I had a camera like that!
thanks everyone. but these shots have nothing to do with the camera.

a 500 dollar slr camera can put out very similar results
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Those shots are awesome. I have a definite fondness for macro shots. Beautiful work.
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Gorgeous photos..... very well composed and intense color saturation.... well done.
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Love your anemone, very beautiful!
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Gorgeous photos..... very well composed and intense color saturation.... well done.
didnt even touch the saturation. thats how it actually looks in my tank
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Yes, but you were able to catch that saturation in the photo, quite often, it would get washed out.
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Yes, but you were able to catch that saturation in the photo, quite often, it would get washed out.
oh yeah probably.
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thanks everyone. but these shots have nothing to do with the camera.
Yeah, but a nice 105mm f/2.8 sure don't hurt.....


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thanks everyone. but these shots have nothing to do with the camera.

a 500 dollar slr camera can put out very similar results
LOL They have a little something to do with the camera. I don't think Ansel Adams could take photos that good with my particular brand of camera.

Wonderful photos! Thanks for sharing them.
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Yeah, but a nice 105mm f/2.8 sure don't hurt.....


Nice shots.
lol yeah for a nikon...... try a nice 85mm f1.2
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lol yeah for a nikon...... try a nice 85mm f1.2

NOOOOOoooooo....... I get enough on the photo forums.
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NOOOOOoooooo....... I get enough on the photo forums.
yeah you thought nikon was so good... until you took an arrow to the knee
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