instead of blowing $40 on a clown, you should have got more coral .
i want a black clown, but my tank is already maxed.
$35 because i know awesome people that works at my lfs. and my mom wanted a fish in there (its her money after all, so i had to comply)
The grain is digital noise from what I can tell just looking at the picture. Is it set to auto mode (you just aim and shoot the picture)? If so, what auto mode assumes is that you are holding the camera (no tripod) and it adjusted the speed (ISO) to a higher number (think high=grain or noise) so that you can hand hold it in the darker light. When light is good it uses a lower number, less grain/noise.
So some times the picture may come out better (no grain/noise because the lighting/time of day was better in the room. You can use flash, but have it at an angle so it bounces off the glass not into the glass and into your picture. Try 30-45 degrees and see if that helps. I can explain it more if you need, but I wanted to see if it was in auto mode or if something else is wrong.
Tank is looking better and better!
thanks! that makes sense. i kept messing around with different settings and modes, but you were right, most of them were taken on auto mode. it's not my camera so i don't really know how to use it and i'm kind of technologically challenged
i'll try those tips though
You're the type of man who passes by sports illustrated and grabs encyclopedia brittanica when you take a dump, huh?
Did someone mention Alto ???
Im GAGA for Alto !!
I'd give you a hug but you might stab me
29 gallon reef; 20 gallon angler lagoon