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Bartman01
08-05-2004, 09:59 PM
Lucky (if not slightly out of focus) shots from LA:
Cropped and resized:
http://www.pfeffernet.com/family/albums/albums/bpfeffer/LosAngeles200407/20040725_BSP_0007_close.jpg

http://www.pfeffernet.com/family/albums/albums/bpfeffer/LosAngeles200407/20040725_BSP_0008_close.jpg

Not Cropped (but resized):
http://www.pfeffernet.com/family/albums/albums/bpfeffer/LosAngeles200407/20040725_BSP_0006_web.jpg

http://www.pfeffernet.com/family/albums/albums/bpfeffer/LosAngeles200407/20040725_BSP_0007_web.jpg

http://www.pfeffernet.com/family/albums/albums/bpfeffer/LosAngeles200407/20040725_BSP_0008_web.jpg

93KingCobra
08-05-2004, 10:42 PM
Thanks man now I'm going to have nightmares!!!! :bugeyes: :bugeyes: :bugeyes:

Firme
08-06-2004, 12:14 AM
Man Bart.. nice pics.

What lens did you use?

97CasperCobra
08-06-2004, 12:22 AM
Damn I think i just shiat my pants!!! :eek: :(

I would freek out if I saw that coming near me......just relax and punch it on the nose or the eyes...yea right!!!!

Nice pics Bart....what kind of shark is that?? Looks like a black tip reef shark. Scary none-the-less.

Bartman01
08-06-2004, 02:10 AM
What lens did you use?

I would have sworn the kit 18-70 lens through thick fingerprint covered glass. Good thing I looked at the EXIF data - I had switched to the 50mm 1.8 set @ 4.5 before I got those. Still through thick fingerprint covered glass/acrylic. I probably looked funny straining to find a clean section to shoot through. Amazing what some white balance adjustment can do to bring the color back towards normal. Now if I only had $1400 lying around I would get the 70-200 2.8 VR lens - goes to look under couch cushins.

No idea what kind of shark. It was a community tank and I wasn't paying close attention to the speaker.

Carl G
08-06-2004, 07:41 AM
Looks like your great white shark lnown as Jaws :thumbsup:

coleman
08-06-2004, 08:12 AM
Is that a tiger shark?

97CasperCobra
08-06-2004, 08:45 AM
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Carcharhinus melanopterus is a common reef shark with distinctive black markings on the ends of its fins and a blunt snout. It also has a white streak on its side. (It is NOT the same as the blacktip shark.) It can grow to be about 6' (1.6 m) long.

The blacktip reef shark is widely displayed in aquariums, as it is one of the few sharks that does well in captivity.

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/bgifs/Blacktipreef.GIF

:thumbsup:

Levi
08-06-2004, 09:23 AM
Great pic. :thumbsup: