Thursday, February 25, 2010

Under the sea

 
So it's not the sea it's an aquarium but I can pretend can't I? I had my camera out last weekend and was trying to get some good shots of the fish. This was one of the better ones. The only thing I didn't like about it was the left side with that dark strip and of course the heater hanging down in the middle.
No problem just do a little playing around with it.

 
Of course now it looks more like a painting than an actual photo but I don't care, I like it.

19 comments:

  1. Woof! Woof! FUNNY My mom was taking photos of our fish tank ... it was just cleaned today bu my friend LOU. YES the last photo is like a painting. LOVELY. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  2. You cleaned that up very nicely. You are so talented. I'm sure Duke supervised.

    Have a terrific day. Tummy rubs to Duke. :)

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  3. You did a great job of fixing that pic! What kind of fishes are they?

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  4. It really does look like a painting. Great editing!

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  5. It looks like an oil painting, pretty cool. Love the vibrant colors. Well done :)

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  6. Sugar, must be fish tank cleaning time because Wade had just cleaned ours

    Sandee, but of course, Duke always supervises

    Tanyia I have no clue other than the kind that live in the aquarium...lol

    Cinnamon Girl thanks, I thought it did

    Poetic Shutterbug yeah, something more summery looking. I needed a change from all the snow pictures I've been taking.

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  7. Lovely picture of your fish ... I used to have goldfish in a tank but as they started to grow and as one decided to keep jumping out I put them into the pond to join the rest of my fish. I don't think I took any photos of them in the tank ... wished I had now. :(

    Do your fish have names??

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  8. I love it!! You do such a great job!! I'm not a pro like you but I want to start taking more pics but first I need a better camera!!

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  9. Ooo, I like it too! You did a great job editing that photo!

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  10. You really did do a great job with this. I've been practicing with my photos, but I'm nowhere near being able to do something like this yet.

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  11. Great job as usual Ann. About the only thing I can do with mine is lighten or darken.
    You do an excellent Job.

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  12. If I sent you a picture of myself, could you make me look like Sean Connery? It would sure make my wife happy, and she might not beat on me so much. Just keep in mind that I look a lot like Rob Zombie now.

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  13. Great photo! Some day I will learn how to fix some of mine too. Just need about 5 more hours in a day :)
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  14. Oh yeah! It looks fab now! What a beautiful photo!

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  15. I really did think that was a painting, until I read the post :)

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  16. Wow, I just love the calmness an aquarium brings. It's better than therapy. Nice work, Ann!

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  17. The first one doesn't look like a photo either - both very pretty...

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  18. You did a great job taking out that heater! I just love fish tanks they are so relaxing.

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  19. Kloggers/polly nope no names for the fish. I think they need some

    Gayle I'm no pro either, I just like playing a lot

    Beaded tail thank you

    Ratty, thanks, I think you do great with your photos

    Grampy thank you, sometimes lightening or darkening is all a photo needs.

    FishHawk. I'm not a miracle worker you know...lol

    Audrey I could use a few extra hours in a day myself

    Duni thanks,

    Swapna I think most of my pictures end up looking more like paintings than photos

    Me-Me yes it sure is. I'm glad to see you're out and about again.

    Grace thank you

    BBoysMom it was actually a pretty quick fix on this one.

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