Re: NANFA-- updated web site

R. W. Wolff (
Tue, 17 Feb 2004 23:29:52 -0600

Just keep on taking pictures, lots and lots of them. Angle to avoid
flashback, and watch for reflections on the glass from things in the room
around it. Camera is nothing special, a Samsung 2.1 megapixel with macro
setting. I use that for close ups. Ratio- ten pictures of one fish before I
get one even half way satsifactory. I use Adobe Photo Deluxe to trim the
pics and get them down in byte size. It also can help some dark or light
pictures, or off colored ones too.

Yeah, if greens grew to 20 pounds no one would "sport" fish for anything

Ray W.
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