Underwater Photography 68/365 Blenny at Bokeh

“Blenny at Bokeh” Project Picture 68/365

Nikon D90   Nikkor 60mm   1/100   f/5.0   ISO 400 Ambient Light

Here you have a portrait of a male of “Parablennius Pilicornis”, on a previous post I explained how to differentiate the genre.

I took this shoot using just available light and seeking to get a nice bokeh while keeping in focus the head of the blenny, I have had to crop it  up to 60 % of its original size as I was mounting the 60 mm and could not get closer to fill the frame with the composition I had in mind.

If you look at the settings although I achieved what I was looking for,I could have used a better combination of ISO and shutter speed resulting in a sharper image. Another lesson learned in my UW photography learning path ;-)

Hoy toca un retrato de un macho de “Parablennius Pilicornis”, en un post anterior expliqué cómo diferenciar el género.

Hice esta foto utilizando solo la luz disponible y buscando obtener un bokeh agradable pero manteniendo la cara del blenio enfocada,he tenido que recortarla hasta  60% de su tamaño original por que llevaba montado el 60 mm y no podía acercarme más para rellenar el encuadre con la composición que tenía en mente.

Mirando los valores a pesar de que conseguí lo que buscaba, podría haber utilizado una mejor combinación de sensibilidad ISO y velocidad de obturación que  hubiera resultado en una imagen más nítida. Otra lección aprendida en el camino  ;-)

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