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carpmanjake

just a quick question.

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i have a fairly inexpensive camera. its a koak c513. and im gonna try to do some photography of fish in the natural enviroment.

i did this one of a fin today. how do you think i could improve the photos?

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i am gonna get an olympus stylus soon. its water proof up to like 33 feet i think. so i can take pics under water.. but i want to figure out how to make out of the water pics better.

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Jake, in this case you're fighting the water reflection. Only way I know of to kill that is a polarizing filter, and I don't know if they make one that fits your camera.

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Nice fish there Jake!....I think one has to make sure the fish is in shallow at least somewhat somewhat clear water to start with...Even the ones I took this morning were in water less then 6"...and the clearer the better for sure. ..and certainly would help if the the sun is shining on the area the fish is in also for a better image...tough to get these kind of images on a gray cloudy day...slower moving fish helps for a better image also......here's alittle postprocessing of your image.....didn't have alot of detail to work with....

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