UserCamera: Canon PowerShot S80
Location: Bali
Strobe: Built-in Flash
Taxonomy: Crustaceans
EXIFCamera model: Canon PowerShot S80
Date: 11 August 2006
Time: 10:32:16
Exposure Time: 1/400
Aperture: f/2.8
Exposure Bias: +2/3 stop
Focal Length: 5.8 mm
Metering Mode: Pattern
Software: ACD Systems Digital Imaging

Score: 3.85 (20 votes)

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17 Responses to “We Could Be In Love”

  1. Monica Hutadjulu says:

    maybe this is not a good quality pic but..
    i just want to share with you guys!
    it amazed me that they both could live together in harmony
    even they’re different..
    they’re so closed to each other, they could be in love…
    i don’t know.. well, we never know :D

  2. Alexandra Sutopo says:

    i like the details of the little fish…nice shot!!

  3. Carl Gennaro says:

    naaa one is going to eat the other, just waiting for the right moment,, great shot

  4. Monica Hutadjulu says:

    i don’t think so carl..
    i have another shots after this moment
    i will upload one of it soon.. :)

  5. Yusmar Yahaya says:

    wow! I love the pic, and it seems reasonably sharp to me. btw… there’s a lil’ strecth of shadow on the right side of the fish, were you using the built-in flash?

  6. Monica Hutadjulu says:

    Thanks Lala, Carl, and Yusmar for looking and giving comment at my pic..

    I didn’t use the built-in flash
    just cropping it like that purposely
    there was something like black crinoid or kind of plant
    which accidentally blocking a little part of the fish on the right side

  7. Acuan says:

    WOW, getting nicer and nicer ya mon! TOP ABIS DEH.
    Carl, stop messing with Monica, I think she’s in love!
    Who did you say u got this photo with?
    Can’t you see the title up there? “We could be in love”
    I think it’s refering to the other guy you are taking the photo with hahahhaa…
    Which one are you mon, the spider or the fish?

  8. Monica Hutadjulu says:

    shut up cuan!

  9. Erwin Kodiat says:

    Awesome moment!
    Hebat, Mon!

  10. Monica Hutadjulu says:

    thanks a lot for Erwin and Jerry,
    for the short course of photography during the meal times
    so i could get a better color of Lauriea siagiani this time :)

  11. Budi Ramadi Jerry says:

    kueren oii…
    nice pair :)

  12. Harfi Asra says:

    Wih susah lo dapet yang beginian…
    Keren Mon……..
    Jangan-jangan nanti kamu jadi specialist Lauriea

  13. Tom F. Chandra says:

    Good shot Mon, I think it’s sharp as a knife. Prefer the other one though, the missing fishtail disturbed me.

  14. Monica Hutadjulu says:

    agree Tom!
    i even couldn’t sleep to think about the missing fishtail :D
    aduuuuuuh pokonya nyebelin banget deh tuh crinoid
    ampe gw gemessssss liat hasilnya
    abis gw moto-nya sendiri, gak ada yang bantuin siiiih
    (bantuin megangin crinoid pake tongkat peri maksudnya hehehe)

  15. Imran Ahmad says:

    MOn, great shot… nice distance and great detail. it’s great to see you improve…

    ps.. Try a different compostion.. cos when you take top shot, it actually looks like you’re underminding the subject..

    Besides it looks better at eye level and frontal

  16. Monica Hutadjulu says:

    I wish I could get the eye level and frontal..
    (I know this is not easy but with a little bit of a good luck I believe one day I could do it hehehe)
    Next time will try better!

  17. Ahmad Zaki says:

    Thats easy Mon, you need Yuji there - he can make a snake eel stay still so surely he will make the crab and fish stay still for a frontal shot! ;-)

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