03-28-2007, 08:24 PM
| || | Thanks, AF_medic.:) Tight budget right now but who knows I'll be able to get good pics with your suggestion. I'll keep that in mind.:) thanks again.:)
Originally Posted by AF_medic
blue - try turning on the macro mode on your camera, also if you can get something to stabilize the camera that would help, I bought a $15 dollar tripod for mine, and it really helps. also anything you could do to make your camera snap the pic faster would help. things like turning up the ISO(this also has a tendency to make pictures grainy, but at least you can tell what you took a pic of), also if your camera has an option to adjust your shutter/aperature setting the lower the number, like f2.3 is better than f8.0, the better pics will look, although this does decrease your DOF (depth of focus) try these tips and see if it helps, it's what has helped me take decent pics.
I don't remember posting my whole tank setup since last year. But thanks for the comments anyway.:D
Originally Posted by Rob1619
Lovey tank and great aquascape Blue :D