Advice for taking tank shots with my Fujifilm s5600?

JohnC

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Hi,

I've been getting ok"ish" results using a standard setting on my Fujifilm s5600. I am currently getting the best results through the curved front of my corner tank with the "natural" preset/macro/no flash.

Any advice on how i could get the best out of the camera?

Thanks,

John
 

aaronnorth

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tank shots are tricky, i have had my S5700 6months and have i only just begun to take good shots!

I use aperture priority (f/3.5), ISO200/ 400 - depends on lighting, and use a tripod!

a bit of post editing after and you should get some good results. Mine havent been too bad, my latest attempt

DSCF0094-1.jpg


I change the levels/ curves slightly, add a border and thats it.

EDIT: oh and i also crop the picture & change the perspective, hence why the edges of the tank are so neat against the edge of the picture.
 
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