chunter

28 Feb 2007 350 views
 
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ah Colin this is so, so much better then my post of a simular shot. Is this indoors or out ? The water is so clean , well done mate.
chunter: Sorry, I was in such a rush when I posted this I forgot to write an intro. It's at tropical fish aquarium in Wiltshire. The polariser really came into its own for this one. Thanks for your kind comment.
  • Louis
  • 28 Feb 2007, 22:04
All the colours, patterns are really something. Excellent.
chunter: Thanks Louis. Always appreciated.
  • Ellie
  • 28 Feb 2007, 22:11
That's lovely Colin smile
chunter: Thanks again, Ellie.
  • Sue Thomas
  • 5 Jul 2007, 15:24
Fish! My Favourite subject! How'd you do it and could I do it with my Digimax 3000?!
chunter: Hi Sue. Per separate email, yes, it should be possible. First you have to be near a tankful of fish. If you are out in the countryside amongst a load of brambles, then no - you won't get goldfish.

Having found your fish, try a little body-swerving to find the right angle to minimise the reflection on the surface. Well that, or a polarising filter! Also ask the niice fishies to swim near the surface. They're an itinerant bunch, but if you scatter food, they become very accommodating.

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