UserCamera: Canon PowerShot S80
Location: Bali
Strobe: Built-in Flash
Taxonomy: Fish
EXIFCamera model: Canon PowerShot S80
Date: 29 June 2006
Time: 15:48:26
Exposure Time: 1/60
Aperture: f/2.8
Exposure Bias: 0.00
Focal Length: 5.8 mm
Metering Mode: Pattern
Software: ACD Systems Digital Imaging
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Score: 3.72 (18 votes)

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13 Responses to “Albino Scorpion Fish”

  1. Erwin Kodiat says:

    Bagus euy …. sanes albino ieu mah, emang ada putih2nya :D

  2. Monica Hutadjulu says:

    hehehehe jadi apa dong judulnya Win?
    A half albino scorpion fish gituu??

  3. Tom F. Chandra says:

    Ikan kalajengking bule aja Mon

  4. Carl Gennaro says:

    Bagus..

  5. Monica Hutadjulu says:

    Terimakasih, Carl!
    I don’t know that you could speak Indonesia ;)

  6. Hengky Dotulong says:

    Ini paling bagus komposisinya …

  7. Yuji Law says:

    Bagus..bagus mon!!

  8. Imran Ahmad says:

    you lost focus on the eyes, which is very crucial. The focus shift towards the body. Reposition urself in the water, move back alittle and try. The focus on the eyes gives a better feel toward the whole pic. try a 3/4 pose shot for this guy.

  9. Richard Harlan says:

    Bagus Mon,.. seperti cuman kepala tanpa badan..

  10. Kaufik Anril says:

    komposisi TOP mon……
    kampret lu mon…udah motret bisa gini sih
    ude gak perlu minta ajarin….

    kampret buligir pokonya mah mon…

  11. Monica Hutadjulu says:

    Imran,
    all my pics of this kind of fish has the same problem with the eye.. (i’m quiet frustrated becoz of that)
    i think i need more practicing..

  12. Monica Hutadjulu says:

    Kaufik,
    gak bisa! lu tetep ngutang ngajarin gw :)
    enak aja kampret na buligir.. dibajuan atuuuuuuh!

  13. Budi Ramadi Jerry says:

    What is the shutter speed?
    My guess it’s slower than 1/60 sec.
    Some of the slightly blurr area are maybe because of slow shutter speed, not entirely because of out of focus.

    Just, in case you get situation like this (where the background/ the bluish part is distant), try to use faster shutter speed… the result will be blackened background…
    It’s like the only object that is illuminated by your flash is this fish :) .

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