Aquarium & Fish Picture Page
The internet is a useful resource for those seeking an aquarium fish picture. Both freshwater and marine species can be viewed from tropical and coldwater habitats.
Rate My Fish Tank
Rating other people's fish tank picture is a popular way to weigh up the quality of an image for other users. Using real people to rank a particular aquarium fish picture results in quality viewing for the users of such websites. Rate my fish tank has over 6000 images than can be viewed and rated
Rate Saltwater Fish
Rate Freshwater Fish Tanks
Rate Freshwater Aquarium Fish
Rate Planted Aquariums
Rate Saltwater Fish Tanks
Rate Coral and Invertebrates
Google images is useful for finding that specific freshwater aquarium fish picture or other aquatic image. It collects and compiles thumbnails from websites based on a range of things such as the name of the name of the webpage that the picture is from and the keywords in the text surrounding the image. In this way a reasonably accurate result is achieved that allows the search engine to look beyond just the name of the image file.
Search aquarium fish and aquarium pictures
Flickr is full of both snapshots and more planned pictures of fish and aquariums. Users submit their images and describe the fish picture using text and keywords. The results of your searches on Flickr are influenced greatly by the way each photographer as described their contribution
Flick through these aquarium pictures
Photographing aquarium fish
Most of the freshwater aquarium fish pictures available on the internet are the results from armature photographers with a passion for fish keeping. Once only professional fish photographers had their work widely viewed, but now anyone with a digital camera can conveniently share their home aquarium with the world.
Taking a good aquarium fish picture is a talent, but one that can be learnt. Many of these principles also apply to making good aquarium video. The main problem with trying to create a good fish image is the aquarium glass. It's highly reflective surface causes ghosted images and intense flash rebound.
When using a flash you'll need to shoot at an angle to the fish tank, or bounce the flash of the ceiling. Polarizing filters may also be of use.
Also be aware of the reflections from bright sources such as televisions or windows. While concentrating on the fish it can be easy to forget the other details in your composition. Below are some more detailed aquarium photography websites