TDI-line said:Nice work Saintly.
Graeme Edwards said:Love what youve done with the photo's, I knew you would come up trumps - well done that man!
You could be of great help to the members Mark, and me when it comes to the final shots.
Really cool looking shot, your going to go far mate!
Dan Crawford said:clearlyva great technique and it sounds like its been done in a budget? Could you tell us a bit about the technique its self?
I love the over exposed background, you can almost look straight through the tank, nice!
George Farmer said:Neat idea on using multiple exposures. I must try that myself. I guess you could shoot in RAW and use HDR techniques with the same exposure too i.e. overexpose in RAW, save it, underexpose the same shot etc. etc. and merge in PS using Layers.
George Farmer said:Just need the fish to perform for your final shot, and that'll be a kick-ass 'scape.
George Farmer said:Oh, and Happy Birthday, old man! lol
passerby* said:also isnâ€™t HDR normally associated with natural light and if u are using such bright and good quality lights surely there will be no real dark or shadowed areas with in the tank.
I like them - they are class. Problem is they are camera shy. When I tried photographing my guppies yesterday one flash and they vanished into the weed. Same when I turned a 250w desk lamp on the tank. Normally those guys are all over the tank, so I don't know what Amano does? Is it simple habituation - or do you just wait until they are in the right spot and "lights!" - snap the right shot first time before they bolt for cover? George seemed to imply this in an earlier post...saintly said:thanks george, im still unsure about the embers but here's just to prove there in there
Ray said:Is it simple habituation - or do you just wait until they are in the right spot and "lights!" - snap the right shot first time before they bolt for cover?
passerby* said:School cant teach experience now can they...
passerby* said:anyway shouldent we speaking about the tank/plants ...lol