APF SoCal: Aquarium of the Pacific (Image Intensive)

Ibn

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Well, since Ed has posted his, guess it's my turn. :)

Here are some available light shot pushing high ISO on the D200. I'm still quite amazed by how well the camera handles high ISO (none of these have been through any sort of noise reduction software).




ISO 1600






Really love the comical pose of this fish. :D ISO 1000 and last high ISO shot for now.















Amazing camouflage









The rest of them are here. I'm getting some weird artifacts after uploading them online. Weird stuff since I don't see them until after they're uploaded...
http://www.pbase.com/ebn/aquarium_of_the_pacific&page=all
 

Schnauzer

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Very nice shots Eric. Looks like you and the D200 are becomeing close friends. My favorites are the camo fish and the grouper?.
 

benny

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Ibn said:
I'm getting some weird artifacts after uploading them online. Weird stuff since I don't see them until after they're uploaded...
Compression from the image host. Try the same image with another host and compare.

Love the jellyfish! Almost surreal!

Cheers,
 

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agree w/benny, put some up on our gallery server and compare, we do no compression.
 

Ibn

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Very weird. pBase usually doesn't compress images, but in this case it did for some and not others. :/

Here are some more.






 

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