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A shot taken of a fish about to be landed with camera in a Dicapac cover held just under the surface and just pointing the camera at the fish and hoping the AF would lock on ...
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From an aquarium at the Tampa airport outside a restaurant named Rumfish Grill or something like that.
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The weird thing is that I took a lot of photos of other varieties of fish, but there was something I didn’t like about every photo. Things like reflections in the glass, or blurry, or aquarium equipment visible. But this fish turned out in every photo.
 
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Here’s a few more I wasn’t as happy with, but I like the fish.
 

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They had these little porcupines in a fairly low, open-top tank at the Aquarium of the Pacific, and they kept popping their faces up above the surface to look at you... the behavior was charming in its own right, but getting a good look at those peepers was downright amazing.
 

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E-P5 / Tamron 180mm F3.5 macro

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flame angel by PIG, on Flickr

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foxface rabbitfish by PIG, on Flickr

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scopas tang by PIG, on Flickr

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false skunk clown pair in bubble tip anemone by PIG, on Flickr

Ooof, might have to pull my tanks down soon to move house, not sure I really have the attachment to it anymore to resetup the huge one (3'x5') again. I got into having a camera at all to take fish photos and then almost immediately started taking pictures of anything else.
 

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Clown Triggerfish, Australasia Pavilion, Toronto Zoo. LX100.
 

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Sea&See YS100 external strobe, Olympus housing for the EM5-II. Underneath the wreck of the Kittywake, Grand Cayman
 

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Same rig as the previous picture, but off Barbados. Porcupine fish co-operatively posing in a sponge.
Both are examples of the EM5-II in "underwater macro" mode. It's pretty much point and shoot.
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