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2 comments on “Entry 160”

  1. Holy fish bowl!! Wow! that is cool... great comp and, what? were you holding a bag of chum or something?! lol! they are looking right at you... great treatment and what I can imagine was some hoops to get the underwater and fish lit up so well... polarizer or lots of sun blockage? assistants holding huge frames of black cloth? possibly one giant black backed umbrella could do it I suppose... this just looks so clean for a daytime capture... very well done, it is an eye catcher for sure! Love the over the chair framing to the fish and then the view as well... nice job!

  2. Wow, that is quite a pond! I’d love to see the fish playing a less front-and-center role in the composition, though. They're so vibrantly-colored – and unexpected – that they’re not likely to go unnoticed in the scene. And I think they could use more context, as well. So I’m wondering if a composition that pushed them off to the side a bit, and at the same time showed more of what I’m guessing are some pretty gorgeous surroundings, might be more effective here? I’d probably start by raising the camera, to allow for a better view of the mountains, desert, and backyard features (is that a waterfall to the right?)

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