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 By: James Cook  
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Photographer James Cook  James Cook {Karma:38068}
Project #63 FRESH! Camera Model Canon PowerShot SD950
Categories Deep Blue
From The Field
Film Format Digital JPEG High
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Lens fixed, no digital zoom
Uploaded 4/21/2009 Film / Memory Type jpg
    ISO / Film Speed 80
Views 682 Shutter 1/20
Favorites Aperture f/2.8
Critiques 6 Rating
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Location City -  Seattle
State -  WA
Country - United States   United States
About This photograph (6071) was shot at the Seattle Aquarium on 14 July 2008.

It has been cropped and I pushed up the contrast (+40). No additional manipulations.

These snails were clinging to the side of a tank. I turned my camera to capture a more interesting scene.
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There are 6 Comments in 1 Pages
James Cook James Cook   {K:38068} 6/16/2009
Thanks, Dan. Glad you like it.


Dan   TDFoto Dan  TDFoto   {K:8618} 5/16/2009
Well done... fun title... interesting angle and vision.
Dan :)


James Cook James Cook   {K:38068} 4/23/2009
Roger - I think the coloring helps the space look. That's from being underwater with those aquarium lights. I tried color correction, which certainly made the colors more natural; but I thought it was at the sacrifice of something important so left the color alone in the end.


James Cook James Cook   {K:38068} 4/23/2009
Rajdeep - Thanks. I think it's interesting too how they appear aligned when they are really just randomly distributed.


Roger Skinner Roger Skinner   {K:81726} 4/21/2009
yep the stars and planets in alignment


Rajdeep Dasgupta   {K:311} 4/21/2009
Indeed interesting composition James.....Looks to me like planets and stars in space....good shot




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