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Discussion in 'The Aqua Lounge' started by keithgh, Nov 17, 2013.
I found this today.
mmmhm ..... With an underwater camera you could photograph your aquarium in this way
Just think of the cost and the water has to be Crystal clear.
I think it would work better in a large public Aquarium, especially at feeding time.
Here are more Panoramas
Great air photography
Hi Keith, Thank you for sharing WOW
Most if not all are fantastic photography.
Hi Keith, its amazing what you can do nowadays Down loading pics into your computer still amazes me I remember having to post them off and what you got back was 2 good pics out of 24 And you had to wait for 2 weeks then add all the costs on So cheap and easy now
Mum & Dads only camera was a little Kodak box brownie and the word computer did not exist then.
Hey keight if you are like me and you love 35mm photography, there is the lomography spinner 360 that takes a 360 photo , awesome results
A have a Kodak brownie too but mine is for filming , its in good working condition and I'm planning to use it at least once
Hi Ohly, You must use it I would love to see the finished film Maybe you could make a film of your tank and post the results. It Would have the retro look. You never know it might start a new trend
Haha not my tank.. Maybe ill post a couple of photos took with a color reversal film , (aka slides)
But I might start a thread about my old school silver ( black and white films) photography
Here is the cam I'm talking about, its a piece of time only by its look haha!
But I also have a Super8 camera
This is my camera model, identical to this except it is violet in colour.
And with it, I took this earlier this year.
On the left of the pic. you can see what are called "The Three Sisters" and these are sacred to the Aborigines.
Originally, there were seven of them [you can just see the remnants of where they stood], but over time, weathering has taken it's toll...
Folks travel from all over the world to see these and they are a very big tourist attraction for the Blue Mountains.
Hi Mice_elf, Nice Photo
I am defiantly in line for a new camera the DSLR which is practically new is useless for me now its just too hard to use a viewer.
Only problem at the moment and the near future is $$$$.
Our illustrious leader recently signed a free trade agreement with Japan, which I am pretty sure will significantly lower the prices on all the good Japanese camera and lens brands, such as Canon, Sony and the like.
The trick will be to wait until the shops sell all their all old stock, or have a special etc.
You will actually be paying Duty Free prices without the requirement of international travel.
Mice yes it will be great, My last camera was shop soiled (the box was damaged) 50% off.
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