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Want Pointers Baltimore Aquarium

Discussion in 'Plants, Animals & Insects Photography Forum' started by gryphynkit, Dec 8, 2018.

  1. gryphynkit

    gryphynkit New Member

    Edit my images ?:

    Just a few pics taken at the Baltimore aquarium over time. Opinions or critiques are welcomed, I'm still new.

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  2. Ozzie_Traveller

    Ozzie_Traveller Old Hand Premium Member

    Edit my images ?:
    Yes (recommended)
    G'day Gryph

    Firstly - welcome to the photo forum ... you will find heaps of friendly people here, all willing to share their love of photography, along with sharing of skills & knowhow. All you have to do is ask!

    As to your images ...
    #1 - I have often found that acquarium pics lose colour as all light loses colour as it goes deeper through water - so the few colours here are, by & large to be expected. Jelly fish do not have lots of colour to start with anyway. Exposure-wise ... try to keep the whites from becoming over-cooked. It is hard on occasions and one way to try is to use AEB on the camera when shooting JPG mode, or in RAW mode and post processing on the computer afterwards

    #2 & #3 - are both very similar and the bird is obviously very much at rest as it is snoozing! Of the 2 images I prefer #2 as it shows all the tail feathers, although both images suffer from that branch running across the frame. Maybe next visit the bird will be better located!

    Hope this helps
    Phil from the great land Downunder

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