Posted by blue_marble on April 23, 2010
Thanks for the stars.
Posted by tirui on April 22, 2010
Posted by cenkotay on April 23, 2010
thanks a lot.
Posted by samvelmarutyan on February 25, 2010
Posted by cenkotay on March 01, 2010
thanks a lot
Posted by blue_marble on February 21, 2010
Thanks for the comment and question. My macro aquatic shots and my aquatic shots in general are a mix of underwater photography, objects seen via polarized filters and images shot through aquarium glass. I'm glad that you liked them.
I have some shots through aquarium glass, but did not turn out good. I guess i need a filter too.
Posted by blue_marble on March 01, 2010
The filter is for open water. To shoot an aquarium you can prepare a studio for the shot. At a public aquarium you must find an angle that will not put any reflections into your field of view and adjust all of your setting appropriately.
Posted by cenkotay on March 02, 2010
thanks for the advise. I will try it next time.