I shoot fun photos too. As you should. The other day, I went to a concert, and before the concert, I took a few photos at the Ripley’s Aquarium in Toronto. I used my little Fuji X100 camera, which has a fixed 24mm (35mm equivalent: 35mm) lens.
I shot these at 1600 ISO, f/2. 1/125 second. close to glass. No flash, of course.
The biggest problem was focus. These darn fish move.
I would not want to be one of these little fish.
I suppose the moral of today’s post is: bring a camera everywhere. Try stuff you have not shot before. Use high ISO values if you need. Quality is paramount.
For a shark, food is paramount.
Hey Michael, Ripley’ s In Toronto? I went Fun. Now I need to go back with I wider angel.
Yes, Ripley’s in Toronto. Bring fast lens, f/2 or better, and even t f/2 you’ll need 600 ISO