some more photos

Discussion in 'Full Tank Photo's' started by NJH, 26 May 2012.

  1. NJH

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    Some more photos taken with my cellphone. Water is a bit murky as i did some maintenance. Hope you enjoy.




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    Good grief, that's beautiful.
     
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    Thank you. The quality of the pics are very poor. Will take some pics with the wifes Canon 550D, it should look better than cell pics.
     
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    Who has a canon 550D? What settings to use for night time pics?
     
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    Night pics of the tank - Full manual.... But that is just me... :thumbup:

    Ohterwise try "flash off" mode... Should work just as well... (Works really good on the 500D)

    Tank is looking really good BTW...
     
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    What lens are you using? Best would be to use full manual, set your ISO to 800 or 1600, set your aperture as low as the lens will allow and set the shutter speed accordingly. You will get your best results using a tripod and using either a remote trigger or a timer. The tiniest of movements at slower shutter speeds will reduce the sharpness of the image.
     
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    Thanks for the advice.
     
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