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Old 01-12-2011, 12:28 AM   #11
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I use manual focus.....a bit hard but once u get a feel of it, its pretty easy.
but the aperture smallest number means the focus is more in the middle of your focus, or wherever your focus is. The further the other area is away from the focus, will be blurred.. maybe your lens is good. if use my lens smallest aperture F2, will not have all area focused in the whole picture.
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but the aperture smallest number means the focus is more in the middle of your focus, or wherever your focus is. The further the other area is away from the focus, will be blurred.. maybe your lens is good. if use my lens smallest aperture F2, will not have all area focused in the whole picture.
ya u r right bro....thats y i always aim the eyes.
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F11 is overkill.... Do you have Metal Halide Lamps for your tanks to be bright enough for F11?
i will just set to a lower speed. anyway i am keeping pleco, not much fish swimming action..
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ya u r right bro....thats y i always aim the eyes.
ok maybe i am talking in context to a full tank shot. if just shooting fish, F4 is fine... sorry..
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i will just set to a lower speed. anyway i am keeping pleco, not much fish swimming action..
Well yes, if u shooting something that's barely moving its alright.
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ok maybe i am talking in context to a full tank shot. if just shooting fish, F4 is fine... sorry..
yeah full tank shot I will use a higher F number........

Nice sharing!
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Well yes, if u shooting something that's barely moving its alright.
sorry i was all the while referring to full tank shot.. not close-ups of fishes.. yes F11 is way overkill for fish shot.
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yeah full tank shot I will use a higher F number........

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yah nice sharing, was thinking of different things...
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sorry i was all the while referring to full tank shot.. not close-ups of fishes.. yes F11 is way overkill for fish shot.
Why F11 if overkill for fish shot? See below photo taken with F11.


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Old 16-12-2011, 06:28 PM   #20
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Wanting to posts some pics and photos in AF. However, always having this reflection problem which is really annoying. Can i have some tips on how to prevent this problem?
Very simple lah. For flash photography, just shift your position. Do not point your camera w/flahs right infront of the glass. Take photo of your subject at an angle. See below chart got from online.


Read more from : http://www.howstuffworks.com/light2.htm
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