Cool Fish Pictures

Discussion in 'Garden Pond Photography' started by Jeff Kraemer, Aug 30, 2018.

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    skully3.jpg variouscrop2.jpg Bluecrop.jpg
     
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    Very nice
     
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    Looks like a doitsu kujaku (Kikusui). the small spotted one is a shubunkin. The red one im not sure if its a koi or goldfish. Probably a goldfish as i don't see the barbs.
     
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    Very nice! I assume you are using a decent camera with the proper Lens/filter combination. My cell phone has a good camera, but I can't get a decent picture due to glare on the surface of the water.
     
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    Same here!
     
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    It is a cell phone camera. I know what you mean tho. I have to take pictures when the lighting is just right. I also have to take many sometimes for just one or two good pictures
     
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    Wow! Great pictures for cell phone. I guess I gotta keep trying
     
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    Troutredds You can call me Red

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    That’s my experience exactly, @Jeff Kraemer! I also use my phone camera. The lighting has to be agreeable and It can take many shots to produce a few good pictures. I’ve posted two of these fish pics previously, on another thread: 0DA5F4CF-9846-4FE0-BD4F-4A7474C1EDF4.jpeg ADCDB4B5-F3D9-4507-A197-AB8093BD5859.jpeg A4CA52C1-FBEB-4A45-9734-2D93657BC587.jpeg
     
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    addy1 water gardener / gold fish and shubunkins Moderator

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    Like the line up in picture two! a line of yellow!
     
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    Like the contrast of the white body and yellow head. Nice fish
     
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    It’s the chow lineup!
     
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