my latest project photos taken w/ my n95

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Ark, 11 Oct 2008.

  1. Ark

    Ark Member

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    so i was trying out my n95 photographic abilities and i must say im quite impressed, its not that bad for a phone camera
    its a 5 megapixel camera, good for a phone not so good for a camera

    so i tried the different settings eg, iso macro waterscapes

    and i used my latest project as my subject
    its not appropiate to this forum but i think it looks good

    this is my first attempt at a nano marine
    doing good
    the tank is a new version of the aqualantis evasion (small one)
    with a tetratec ex 600
    koralia 1 for flow
    2 t5 bulbs (white and actinic)
    aragonite sand
    and tonga branch with some little ocean rock underneath it

    fish are 2 x black clownfish

    well this is mainly about the camera quality not the tank so here goes -

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  2. Mark Evans

    Mark Evans Expert

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    i got a 95, didnt realise it was that good. its better than some cameras :lol:
     
  3. tko187

    tko187 Member

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    Hey thats bloody good man, i need to get my n95 back out, its been boxed ever since i got my Blackberry. Really good result, any more on what settings were used and also lighting setup. Cheers
     
  4. Ark

    Ark Member

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    all the photos i posted were taken using the macro close up funtion
    no flash, the room was dark except for the tank lighting
    i tried to do the same with my planted tank but it didnt wok out as good
    pics looked pretty horrid, anyway i have got a dslr so wheni get to grips with it ill let you know how i got on..
     
  5. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth Member

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    you dont know hoe pee'd off i am, it is better than mine :lol:
     
  6. Ark

    Ark Member

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    its an alright camera except the focus is bit wierd
    it focuses on the things on one side of the photo or on the bottom

    its impossible to capture my 2 clowns even with sports mode(moving subects) on.
    they are always blurry and it will focus on the branch/rocks in front rather then on the clowns..

    still im impressed
     

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