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01-16-2016 09:37 PM
Django Mimi,

Thank you for writing your post. I've only read 2 pages, but it's very exciiting! I've never known what to do with all the buttons and menus except the most necessary ones, like 'Aquarium Mode' I have a several years old Canon PowerShot 1000. The manual is online PDF. If anyone has the inclination, I would really appreciate any comments on the manual.

The link to the PDF manual is: http://pdisp01.c-wss.com/gdl/WWUFORe...mp=ABR&lang=EN

Thank you!
08-08-2014 12:27 PM
Seena Good. Informative. Would definetly share it with my friends who are interested in photography. It can provide them with really useful tips.

Good work
03-15-2013 10:43 AM
garothmaan Is the SLT better version than DSLR?
07-22-2012 10:47 PM
CryptKeeper54 Good read. How do the pros do it is my question? The camera settings are always talked about but what about the tank setup? Should the tank be back lit? Most pro shots are done without any equipment of course but how do they make he ripple effect? With a fan? Should the room be dark, maybe curtains behind you to deflect any and all external light to avoid reflections? I could never find anything on the net or youtube for some reason. Comments, suggestions.... I would love to learn and I think that would be a great addition to this sticky.
06-24-2012 02:10 PM
Guntar Thanks for useful information.
06-12-2012 12:49 AM
fplata now for the reflection, you should be able to use a circular polarizing filter. I am sure someone already mentioned that.
05-28-2012 03:00 AM
yigitoglu now i regret that mistake, i have no idea where my mind was when i type at the time. i never meant to start an argument :P

you got my point anyway that was just an idea and if ever my plants grow i will be the one to try it out and let you guys know
05-22-2012 05:32 PM
2in10 LOL using semantics to prove ones case.
05-22-2012 05:08 PM
GraphicGr8s Well Reehan since you haven't gotten the riddle. You have the top side and the bottom side. The left and right side. The front side and the back side. That's six sides if you're keeping count. You also have the in side and the out side. Total of 8 sides. I rest my case.
05-22-2012 03:49 PM
Reehan I remember reading in one of my earlier threads that you found a retail shop in Riverview. Did you ever get a chance to make it by there? I was wondering where it was and what types of plants they sold.
05-22-2012 03:19 PM
GraphicGr8s
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Did you divide by 0 to get the extra sides?? Strange things happen when you divide by 0...
No I did not divide by zero.
05-22-2012 02:40 PM
Reehan
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No. It is most assuredly 8. And I can prove it beyond a shadow of a doubt.
Did you divide by 0 to get the extra sides?? Strange things happen when you divide by 0...
05-22-2012 02:03 PM
GraphicGr8s
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Make that 6 ;D but honestly this sounds like an interesting idea. The only issue I see is the difficult time someone would have siliconing and closing that last side. Anyone ever tried this and had success?
No. It is most assuredly 8. And I can prove it beyond a shadow of a doubt.
05-22-2012 01:52 PM
Reehan
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Unless you know something I don't most (OK All) cubes generally have 8 sides.
Make that 6 ;D but honestly this sounds like an interesting idea. The only issue I see is the difficult time someone would have siliconing and closing that last side. Anyone ever tried this and had success?
05-22-2012 01:22 PM
GraphicGr8s
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I believe this is the best option

BUT If you still feel you really need to take nice pictures without reflections: you can build a small glass cube to insert small webcam in it and let is sink.

im sure everybody has an old webcam that you do not use
and 4 pcs of small square glass with some silicone requires no budget.
Unless you know something I don't most (OK All) cubes generally have 8 sides.
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