Sunday, August 3, 2008

Creative Photography #8

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This time I thought I would go with the big Catfish.

I took this at the Niagara Falls Aquarium last week.

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Played with filters a bit. Have no idea what I did. But I like it.

12 comments:

  1. You've created an eerie mood. I love it.

    Good luck in the contest!

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  2. CAtfish are so neat looking, I wouldn't eat one though! Thanks for your Creative Photography submission. :)

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  3. Looks a little creepy, I mean the fish not the picture, lol !

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  4. Honestly, catfish kind of creep me out anyway (I think it's the whiskers!) and that picture makes 'em even creepier!

    Good luck this week, I'm still working on picking mine out!

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  5. They remind me of sea creatures! Especially when I catch one on a hook! :) Good eating though!

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  6. I like it. I love the way you played with the filters. It does give a vintage type look. Good job!

    Good Luck

    pkayfit

    http://physiquealicious.com

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  7. Catfish are not pretty by nature. However, the filtered orange adds a glow to said catfish. Not beauty, but at least a more interesting look.

    Although made into filets, coated with cornmeal and deep fried makes for a prettier fish, at least in my opinion...

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  8. Ahhh the underwater cat as my son used to call them.

    It's funny how you said you don't know what you did, that's pretty much how I edit as well :)

    The effect is wonderful!

    I didn't enter this week, all my playing was used up by a vicious client ;)

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  9. I've been so slacky this week. I want to thank everyone for their lovely comments! I appreciate them so much :)
    Thank you!

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