- 5 Apr 2010
Well I see that Amano also uses few big studio flash lights with sinchronizers as well, next to the old school photo cameras.Mark Evans said:Aquadream said:is aquariums however in reality look just as ordinary as any other I have seen and his photographs does not represent one bit of reality, but makes all those nice aquascapes to look as extraterrestrial worlds.
I have talked to number of aqua hobbyists that were in turmoil for not been ever capable to achieve those fantastic super clean aquariums (from the pictures), because they do not know that between their eyes and many great aquascapes there is one expensive photo camera and skilled photographer.
This is interesting. You do realise that Amano uses film and a large format camera?...not that expensive.you can pick up a Mamiya Medium format camera for next to nothing.
So in actual fact what you see in his images is exactly what is there in front of you. He doesn't even get to change white balance like we can with digital.
Can you help me to get some of those flashes for next to nothing?