Freshwater fish isolations


posted on 9th of september, 2009

I decided that I wanted to add to my portfolio some freshwater fish isolations for buyers looking for fish identification or as an insert to some projects they may be working on.



Some little tips and tricks I have learned as I was doing this are:

1. Get comfortable doing good isolations. It takes time and everyone has a different method but when it works you'll know it. If it isn't a good isolation it won't even get on the board.




2. Add the latin name whenever possible to any animal species. Some people only look them up in this manner, and often time slang names for fish or animals are very regional.



3. Make the fish look as lifelike as possible. It isn't easy but I try and have the fins up and just before I take...

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Posted by Catarii on September 11, 2009
Very nice hint with the oil. I do that with some fruits and/ or eggs when do photographs. By the way, if you don't wan't to cook a chicken but you wanna photograph it like it is cook, you should use burned oil. :P
Posted by Hasnulf on September 10, 2009
I am wondering, do you oil on one side correct? Just wondering if the oil starts to spill over to the floor of your acrylic board or not? I haven't tried it but I worry it will get a bit messy.
Posted by Dcwcreations on September 10, 2009
Yes I did catch them, I should of taken shots of them in the pan after the flour was added to the oil



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Flu Season Ahead


posted on 22nd of september, 2009




The Flu season comes along almost as predictable as fall, spring, and summer.
Although we are paying much closer attention to this year than most.

The H1N1 has the potential to be a different kind of beast. Some say it's over rated and some say it will be a world wide event.



One of the reasons we watch this so close is because this type of event has happened before with devastating results. The Spanish Flu in 1918 killed millions of people and spread accross the planet in mind boggling speed.

We still don't fully understand how that all happened but we know we don't want anything like it again.

In the next few months we will see how it will all play out. I hope and pray that you all will be safe.

I really hope that at the end of winter...

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Posted by smartview27 on September 23, 2009
Yes, it is very difficult in this days with so many uncontrolled diseases.
Let's hope, let's have attitude and also let's have confidence and faith.
Posted by Mani33 on September 22, 2009
I hope it will end soon! Cheers!
Posted by Fultonsphoto on September 22, 2009
PS...Not to worry, all my photos are scanned for viruses :0)



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