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  • Posted Aug. 10, 2012 by Larry Sample Viewed 4097 times
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We're all frog food eventually. But these fish are lucky as they do not share a pond with my frog.

Had a difficult time with this. So often I see something that I feel would make great pic, only to find that I am incapable of getting it as I see it.

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      2012.08.13 Edited

      we have to remember that camera lens is slightly different to a human eye. I know exactly what you mean, you see it in different colors, saturation, light, thats why best thing is to master some basic options in photoshop to tweak the picture a little bit to make it look 'as you saw it' as it is not always possible to do it with the camera settings. human is on of the most amazing instruments in the whole universe :)

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      2012.08.11 Edited

      You need luck, even being a fish :)) I know what you mean with shot 2, it happens so often to me. Bit you did fine.

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      2012.08.11 Edited

      I understand what you're saying! I think that's why I take so many shots sometimes :) I think the fish shot has an abstract quality to it...... but where's the frog????