Fish Skeletons

Sunday, March 5 | |

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Kodak CX7430 Auto, aperture at f3.00, shutter speed at 1/125 sec., focal length of 42mm, no-flash, ISO 80


How would fish look like without their muscles and fins? Like this. These fish skeletons are on display inside the Atoll Reef in Marine Land in Ocean Park, Hong Kong. #85 Kodak Wratten glass filter simulators were used in this image.

6 comments:

PARCPHOTOGRAPHY said...

Just saw your link in VFXY. Nice site you have here! Hope to see more photos from you. Mabuhay!

PARC

John said...

Strange but Nice shot. I wonder if this would be even better in B&W as the forms are great.

Emer said...

Thank you, Parc.

Thanks, John. B&W is my holy grail. One of these days, I'll try my hand on it.

Sidney said...

Tilapia ?
They look a bit like mine when I finish eating fish ! ;-)

Emer said...

Yes, Sidney. Now that you've mentioned it, they do look like our own tilapya.

bayi said...

Are these real fish skeletons? They look strange because of their orange color. Did you use a filter?

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