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#1 Joerg Trnka

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Posted 13 July 2012 - 03:01 AM

Hi all,

These pictures have been taken in Croatia using a Nikon D7000 / 60mm Macro lense, Aquatica AD7000 with Ds161 attached.

I just want to know what you think of these pictures and if I am on the right track.

Thanks for your comments.

Cheers
Joerg


Sorry, sorry, I have read the rules to late and saw that only one pics per post should be uploaded.. Mea culpa!!!!

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#2 E_viking

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Posted 13 July 2012 - 08:35 AM

Not bad at all!

I would try to find a position that makes the Flabbelina and the Leopard Slug to face towards you. I know that it is not always possible, due to there position
I would personally try to avoid light up the background, behind the Flabbellina, and make it darker. Well, I assume that it is down to personal preference.

Where were you in Croatia? I was down in Croatia, Krk, a couple of weeks ago and this time we hardly saw and Flabellinas.
There is normally plenty of them, both white and purple!

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#3 Joerg Trnka

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Posted 13 July 2012 - 10:49 AM

Dear E_Viking,

Thanks for your comments. I took this pictures at Kvarner Bay, Moscenicka Draga beginning of July.
You're right by darkening the background the Falbbellina would pop out a bit more.

Thx
Joerg

#4 kyo

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Posted 25 July 2012 - 06:06 PM

nice......