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Old 28-10-2004, 01:07 AM   #1
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Default Useful (aquatic) photography websites

Hi guys,

Started this thread to provide some useful photography websites so that folks here can use it as a resource.

Links will be included if they are related to the following:

1. Directly related to aquatic photography
2. Direct discussions on specific equipment for macro/fish photography
3. Discussion on techniques useful for aquatic photography

General photography/brand sites (e.g. www.clubsnap.com or www.canon.com) will be omited as these can be found easily from any search engine.

This thread will be locked to prevent off topic discussions.

We welcome contributions to update links on this thread via Private Messaging. Contributors will be acknowledged accordingly. Let's all share and learn together.

Thanks!

Cheers,
 
Old 28-10-2004, 01:10 AM   #2
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Default General links for Aquatic Photography

Ok. The following links related to aquatic photography are recommended by swedish photographer, Max Strandberg.

Hope you guys will go through it and digest.

Digital Aquarium photography by Max Strandberg

Randy's Aquaria - Digital Aquarium Photography

Photographing your fish - a collection from The Krib

Takishi Armano's nature aquarium photography by vectrapoint

The Cichlid Room Companion - Fish Photography by Juan Miguel Artigas Azas

Photographing Tanks And Fish by Marcos A. Avila from The Age of Aquariums

Photographing fish and aquarium by Henry

Aquarium Photography - By 2ManyFish

Digital Photography and the Aquarium by Mike Cameron (Recommended)

Cichlid photography by Fredrik Hagblom (Recommended)

ATJ's Marine Aquarium Site - DIY - Close-Up Photography Techniques

Aquarium Photography by William R. Kenney


Feel free to start new topics for further discussion. More to come later.

Cheers,

Last edited by benny; 01-12-2004 at 04:51 PM.
 
Old 28-10-2004, 02:15 AM   #3
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Default Links for Noise Reduction in Digital Photography

Neat Image

Neat Image is a digital filter designed to reduce visible noise and grain in digital photographic images. It is a tool for owners of digital cameras, flatbed and slide scanners; and is for use by both professional photographers, and digital image processing enthusiasts.

Neat Image not only reduces the high ISO noise associated with image sensors (CMOS, CCD) in digital cameras and scanners, it can also reduce the film grain visible in scanned slides and negatives, JPEG artifacts of overcompressed images, and color banding, and at the same time makes images sharper. Neat Image is indispensable in low-light, sport, and action photography.

The Free Demo can be downloaded from the above site. Try it for free!

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Old 27-12-2004, 03:30 PM   #4
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Default DCE AutoEnhance

Here's a neat program that was recommended by cci[RR]us.

DCE AutoEnhance

DCE AutoEnhance is a stand-alone batch processor. Adobe Photoshop plug-ins versions are also available.

Features
  • Automatic Balance
  • Remove Blue Cast
  • Adjust Mid-tones
  • Enhance Colors
  • Enhance Details
  • Remove Hot Pixels
  • De-noise the image
  • Portrait De-Focus Filter
  • Resize the image
  • Finds the JPG quality for each image according your needs
  • Add a text or Exif data such a date of shot taken, shutter speed, ISO etc. into the image with great control about the colors and parameters
  • Duplicates source folder structure for output images
  • Color Match Minolta DiMAGE files to sRGB

Free trial version is available for download on the recommended site.

Cheers,
 
Old 15-01-2005, 06:34 PM   #5
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Default www.aquatic-photography.com

Hi guys,

Here's a new site to share with those interested in aquatic photography.

www.aquatic-photography.com

Quote:
Aquatic Photography Forum is designed to give aquatic/freelance photographers cutting edge tips, tricks, tools, and insights on how to improve their photography skills. If you need tips or specific help, please post your questions in one of our sections - Photography 101. If you want to share your portfolio, please take advantage of our Gallery. Do not forget to participate in our monthly Aquatic and Freelance Photography Contest.

Recently Aquatic Photography Forum was switched to VBulletin system to take advantage of top quality technical and graphical tools like: flexible post writing system, DHTML Menus, highly intuitive and advanced Search system, VB Chat and other.

If you are into aquatic or freelance photography, APF is the place to learn, share and teach. Please come and visit us !!!
Check it out!

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