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Old 07-07-2011, 06:03 PM   #2231 
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Absolutely stunning pictures Copperabian! I am jealous of your skilllssss
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Old 07-07-2011, 06:20 PM   #2232 
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@Copperarabian what camera do you use? These photos are phenomenal, I heard you were a photographer?
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Old 07-07-2011, 06:20 PM   #2233 
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Absolutely stunning pictures Copperabian! I am jealous of your skilllssss
Thanks, manual focus helps the most, although with a point in shoot you can sometimes focus first, then adjust how close you are to your fish. but manual focus is better :D

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I use a Nikon D3000, it's a entry level DSLR camera. And I'm currently going to school for photography :)



Here's another pic from the same set, I thought it was kinda cute. I might use it for the contest this month....

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Old 07-07-2011, 06:24 PM   #2234 
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Use it--its adorable! You'll probably have my vote!
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Old 07-07-2011, 08:41 PM   #2235 
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Thanks for the info! Also the on in the pic you're using for an avatar looks awesome, is it yours?
Yup, it is. :) Thanks.

CA- that pic is really cute! Definitely use it.
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Old 07-07-2011, 09:39 PM   #2236 
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Thanks, manual focus helps the most, although with a point in shoot you can sometimes focus first, then adjust how close you are to your fish. but manual focus is better :D

I use a Nikon D3000, it's a entry level DSLR camera. And I'm currently going to school for photography :)



Here's another pic from the same set, I thought it was kinda cute. I might use it for the contest this month....
wow! nice pair! let's trade!
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Old 07-07-2011, 09:51 PM   #2237 
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Thanks, manual focus helps the most, although with a point in shoot you can sometimes focus first, then adjust how close you are to your fish. but manual focus is better :D

I use a Nikon D3000, it's a entry level DSLR camera. And I'm currently going to school for photography :)



Here's another pic from the same set, I thought it was kinda cute. I might use it for the contest this month....
If you enter this, I will vote for it. This is an awesome picture!
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Old 07-07-2011, 11:10 PM   #2238 
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I'm looking to get a DSLR one day as well...I just don't know too much about them to decide though. A lot of my snobby camera enthusiasts say I should get get a super expensive PAS instead...

Probably because they don't want to be associated with a noob with a DSLR lol :(
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Old 07-08-2011, 12:31 AM   #2239 
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wow! nice pair! let's trade!
lol If I don't mess up raising the fry once they spawn I'd totally trade for one of your platinum fry, or when you spawn you black fires XD



And I think I have decided on my Betta of the month photo since people seem to like it so much :D

@bahamut285 There are some amazing DSLR's that are really high quality and even full frame that lots of professional photographers use, DSLR's aren't for newbies and if you know how to use them your photo's can be amazing, expecially when you know how to use it without "auto" lol
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@copperarabian: Yeah I'm definitely a n00b when it comes to cameras. My friend lent me her Canon Rebel for a holiday with a kit lens and I took fairly decent pictures. My talents lie in landscape and macro, LOL. Anything else turns out a little meh, the autofocus corrects my lack of skill :/

Also, it's weird, every time I get a new digital PAS, it's AMAZING. Takes the best pictures, never messes up, FABULOUS. Then whenever a friend or a family member gets a new digital PAS, it's like my camera gets jealous and starts taking horrible photos suddenly........I dunno what's up with that XDD
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