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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V4 #1460
I use a film camera. ;-) An old Minolta x570 with a remote flash pointing
down from the top of the tank, and the camera on a tripod.
Here are two shots (neither are perfect, but I'm working on it..):
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 10:39:48 -0800 (PST)
From: john wheeler <jcwheel76 at yahoo_com>
Subject: Aquarium Photography
I have some questions about how you all are getting
shots of your tanks. I've tried with point and click
35mm things and they come out *terrible*. So my
1. What is the best way to get high quality shots
without breaking the bank? Digital, I have gleaned,
yes? What should I look for in a digital camera?
2. How does one go about taking slide shots at a high
level since we're sort of on the topic. Sounds
expensive to me<g>. I'd like to try this ADA thing
since I regrettably missed the AGA contest.
Many of you all have *excellent* high fidelity and
clarity shots of your tanks on the web. I want some
TIA for your help,
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