Looky-see what my camera can do

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  1. gaboon

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    This is my first of many half decent macro shots. A BIG step from my point-n-shoot!

    tangsml.jpg

    PS. Broom sticks don't make the best tripods/monopods.
     
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    Very nice photo. I tried to take a photo of my blue tang once and ended up with 100s of blue blurs...
     
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    That is a really clean shot, nice one. what camera and lens?
     
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    :whoohoo:More pics to come we hope. Congratulations and don't be shy with those pics
     
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    Awsome Pic Well Done
     
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    Must agree.

    Can you edit the pic so their is less back ground. Some camera's can do it.
     
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    Hope you not mad, just helped a bit

    aaaaatang.jpg
     
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    gaboon

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    No probs, need to work on my composition.

    WeeMan, Its a Sony
    Sorry, couldn't help myself:)

    Sony a300 DSLR. 55-200 Kit lens. Haven't gotten to the manual functions yet.
    Gonna take a while.
     
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    you have some cool aid ??????????
     
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    gaboon

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    Huh?
     
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    Cool Aid- meaning: sweet...
     
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    gaboon

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    ahh, takes a while
     
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    gaboon

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    Sean, you've got some great pics, what camera do you use?
     
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    Favourate- Sony Cybershot- but I killed it when I dunked the lens underwater. Lately using the Canon Eos 350D or the Nokia N95 phone- whichever one is closer or charged
     
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    gaboon

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    Would have gone for that but the liveview and rotating LCD sold me.
     
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    Men and their gadgets....:lol:
     
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    great pic!i need to invest in a decent camera,damn Kodak is stuffed for over a year currently using my Nokia N95
     
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    Jip! AWESOME Pic Gaboon! Nice camera too.

    Sean - what happened to your Sea&Sea? Why don't you use that? It has SONY internals, BTW....
     
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    Lighting canopy becoming way too heavy to pick it up every now and then. Waiting for more Coral, before I do that much effort.
     

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