Camera Critters - The California Academy of Sciences Aquarium





















All of these photos were taken with my new camera in a low light museum setting on auto mode without flash. I am a happy camper. 

Comments

SquirrelQueen said…
I love aquariums! These are great shots, I really like the close up of the jellyfish.

That's a good looking camera with some excellent features. I read your review, it sounds like you are very pleased with your purchase.
Squirrel, I was really amazed at how well that jellyfish came out. It was so dark in that aquarium I couldn't even see where I was walking half the time.

So far, I'm very happy with the camera and still learning all the functions. Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend.
RNSANE said…
Looks like the new camera is even better than the old one. Great photos, Jo. They are all spectacular.
*MrsMartinez* said…
I love the fishes! DH and I are planning a trip to Coron, Palawan end of this year.

Coron, Palawan has the most stunning view of underwater creatures. I am so excited! I hope our trip will push through.

xoxo
MrsM
Ann said…
New camera, hooray! It takes great pictures. It looks like you're right in there swimming around with them. Love that starfish
jakill said…
Not surprised you are pleased with your camera, Jo. These are super shots.
Cher said…
the first photo is simply stunning!
Sarah Knight said…
Beautiful shots, fish are always fun to watch, aren't they?
: )
Jean said…
Wow! Those are outstanding captures under tough conditions. No wonder you are happy with your new camera!
Autumn Belle said…
Your macros of this underwater world is a delight to watch.
Carmen, it is much better, thanks.

Michelle, I hope it works out for you, that sounds like so much fun.

Ann, :D I wish I could be in there swimming around.

Jean, thanks so much, have a great weekend.

Cher, thanks for the kind comment.

Sarah, they really are, they have that calming effect. Thanks.

Jean, Yes, it does the job very well. Thank you.

Autumn, glad you like them, thank you.
Lorac said…
They turned out pretty well indeed! I enjoyed them.
maiaT said…
Amazing underwater shots and so many lovely creatures.
I like the colors of your new camera.
Nikki-ann said…
Wonderful photos :)
ρομπερτ said…
Thank you for this much needed escape into a world filled with beauty and silence.

Please have a good Sunday.

daily athens
Trish ~ ♥ ~ said…
Oh my! wonderful underwater captures
betchai said…
oh wow, wonderful shots Jo. can't choose a favorite, they are all awesome,the fish looks very expressive.
Wonderful shots of the fish under glass. My new camera has a museum setting, I am going to try it tonight on my own fish tank! Gorgeous photos.
Secondary Roads said…
Great results from your new camera. Looks like you've got a winner there.
Lorac, I am so glad, thank you.

maiaT, thank you, it captures colors really well.

Nicki-Ann, thank you.

Robert, so well said and thank you.

Thanks, Chub

Trish, thank you :)

betchai, :) yes, I think they all have their own little personalities.

Iowa, how cool you have that setting, That should be fun to test.

Chuck,I think I do, thank :)
ladyfi said…
What wonderful shots!
Ruthi said…
you are shutter-happy huh! wink* Glad you have a new camera. i couldn't imagine myself without one. hahaha

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