harlo, someone calling me? ;@)
Hi Ryan, I have been neglecting my fishes and doing much more on flora and some dance photography.
It seems these guys are not very hard to breed.
BTW there is a new paper that assigns this species to Danio. I have gone through the paper and while I am not a trained taxonomist, I nevertheless...
oh I thought you said Singapore moss in your early posts :)
just to mention that if you do indeed have the "Singapore moss" it is Vesicularia dubyana.
note that in case you have not found out, what is...
why not? RAW is lossless compressed.
yes with more noise you expect to less compression.
just got a Sandisk 4GB Extreme IV CF card. On a EOS 20D it can take 466 RAW shots at ISO100. I found out that this projected number will drop if...
wild form guppy males are coloured, they have small spade tails and multi colours forming splash, blotch and spots.
you guys should drag that cameroon out to the Namib and give him a severe beating with cactus branches, for inviting me here [img]
new shots of the fish after they coloured up in a planted tank... (click for BIG pix)
until such time I managed to get a proper website up and running (which is probably when Hell freezes over :evil ) I have dumped the existing...
get both? [img]
one more point about taking pix of people and animals, for anything with eyes, the eyes must be in focus. period. everything else can be out of...
Henk, resistance is futile, I can see your future SpeedLite waving at you from the shops. go... go... go... [img]
I an assure you the guys know sh!t about taking macro pix of fishes [img] forget the polariser unless you use it out doors. spend the money on the...
my 1GB card for the 80Mpx 20D will take 107 RAW. Its a Sandisk Extreme III which is recommended for the high fps in case you want to shoot the...
always shoot RAW. your computer can do post processing much better than your camera.
no they look like chromatic aberration purplish fringing and so on. I don't use any filters except a UV filter which acts as protection for the...
well proper macro lenses are around 50/60mm, 90/105mm and 180mm so you don't have a lot of choices :)
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