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Old 04-06-2013, 08:34 AM   #11
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*Like* 2nd pic too... You used external flash or just tank lighting?
I used both bro, glad u like it too!
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Old 05-06-2013, 09:44 PM   #12
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Some new pics, all comments / advices are welcome.
Hope to improve through constructive criticism...







The focus seem wrong. Shld focus on their eyes. Also, increase the f-stop or back off to increase the depth of field so that the entire subject can be sharper.
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Old 06-06-2013, 10:45 AM   #13
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The focus seem wrong. Shld focus on their eyes. Also, increase the f-stop or back off to increase the depth of field so that the entire subject can be sharper.
Will try again according to what u highlighted bro & update here again..
Thks once again for your kind advices...
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The focus seem wrong. Shld focus on their eyes. Also, increase the f-stop or back off to increase the depth of field so that the entire subject can be sharper.
Advice from the master himself... must learn, must learn...
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some new pics, please feel free to comments & advice me...thanks in advance!





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some more pics of tankmates...







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Left pectoral a little too dark. Will have better result with extra set of flash.
Need to focus the eye.


Focus good.
You need extra set of flash to improve the result shooting large subject.
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Old 09-06-2013, 11:09 AM   #19
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Subject a little underexposed.

Focus good but not very sharp (except that pleco's photo). I believe it could due to the followings :

1) Your lens quality.

2) Taken with the fish at the far end of the tank. Distortion due to tank water and tank glass. (between the subject and your lens).

3) You didn't position 90 degree (shooting position) perpendicular to the tank glass.
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Old 09-06-2013, 11:43 AM   #20
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Left pectoral a little too dark. Will have better result with extra set of flash.
Need to focus the eye.


Focus good.
You need extra set of flash to improve the result shooting large subject.
U r right bro, pics taken with only 1 flash from the right...
Will try getting another flash to improve...thanks!
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