Shooting Fish in a Bucket
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|This was different and a lot of fun for me. I made a rare excursion to the big city to explore taking pictures of inside establishments for my website I've been spending so much time building: ProximityCast.|
We made a point to stop at the location you'll find in the workshop for lunch which has a huge saltwater aquarium. The buffet was quite excellent as was the alligator tail appetizer. After lunch we moved to the bar where I had a piña colada for dessert and a sporting time taking shots at all the different fish.
I experimented with using flash and no flash, but I found the ones with flash came out best.
The ambiance in this place is awesome and I thought a fun and easy way to shoot some fish. If any of you are ever in this town, I'd recommend giving this place a try if you want to add some tropical fish to your portfolio.
I made an attempt to identify the fish in the picture. Wow! I found that quite tough. Maybe one of you might know what this fish is. If so, I appreciate you mentioning it.
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Nice shot Dave,
Sorry I have to flake,
Back in the am mf,
Excellente prise avec ce magnifique poisson
Les couleurs sont éclatantes et la netteté est parfaite. Félicitations pour la qualité On jurerais qu'il n'y a pas de vitre sur cette prise..
Merci et a bientôt.....JP
- [2008-05-28 19:25]
It's great to see you back once again. You return with a great image of this colorful specimen captured superbly. Great job Dave, now I'm off to explore your site.
- [2008-05-30 13:59]
Hello Dave! Good to see yor work again, it's very difficult to have good shots of aquarium fishes butr yu've done great here, good exposure and very sharp details, well done, thanks!
- [2008-06-09 10:30]
The colours are vivid and well saturated.
The shot is so colourful to look at.
Nicely composed with good focus and details.