Well, since I have been sitting around waiting for changes in my water quality, I have been practicing taking pictures of my Barbs. Turns out it isn't nearly as easy to get a decent picture of fish as it is to take photos of my well trained dogs. If only I could train the fish to stay when it is told. ha ha
Anyone here really good at fish photos? What tips might you suggest to a beginner? I have seen where pro's take a flash and attach it to the tank shining down so they don't get shadows or glare from the glass. Is there any other, easier way to get good shots?
If I wasn't disgusted with my decision to go with plastic plants before, I sure am now that I have seen these crappy plants in pictures. ha ha
Also, how do you adjust the camera settings to capture the vibrant color on the fish?
this is what I got so far.
I feel like I am stuck with close ups to cut out the look of the crappy plastic plants.