CONGO - A sneak peek!

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Re: CONGO - A sneak peek!

Postby soham » Tue Apr 30, 2013 7:37 am

too good..all the very best for iaplc
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Re: CONGO - A sneak peek!

Postby deb_gosh » Tue Apr 30, 2013 8:14 am

Abhra/ Tirtha, agree major job on the moss front. :) Lets see whether I can manage this :-?

The picture of skull island is 100% VFX. The animations used in the first one hour of the movie is simply awesome and is a lesson in depth and perspective.

Mosquito is an all time favourite but they never school. So a photo opportunity with the school of fishes mimicking a flock of birds is remote with mosquito :(

But I guess, I will concentrate on the flora and strive to get a better balance. :ympray: until I get my elusive schooling fishes!

btw what is the local name for
horadandia in kolkata pet trade?
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Re: CONGO - A sneak peek!

Postby Tirtha » Tue Apr 30, 2013 8:18 am

deb_gosh wrote:btw what is the local name for
horadandia in kolkata pet trade?


I dont think its available in Kolkata readily.
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Re: CONGO - A sneak peek!

Postby hamza » Tue Apr 30, 2013 8:50 am

deb_gosh wrote:
Hamza, thanks man for liking it. Your observation on the clutter in the midground is a point of concern. I also noticed this. The problem is fitting this scale in a 3 feeter has left very little option to create space in the midground. Still, will try to improvise something!



The sence of scale is just massive, very impressive, you've got it perfect. Just the twigs need a bit of tweak thats it, but being mosses, they might take longer to show considerable progress. I cannot suggest a specific thing to be done as you know better than me whats feasible in time frame..

So do as much as you can, as these minor things can get you way up on rank list.

And regarding fish, dont go after one specific fish. Keep a few in mind so that you have options to choose from, this is unfortunately not a good season for smaller fishes. And take the fish atleast 2 weeks before photoshoot, if you are lucky you may get ready good looking stock otherwise you need atleast 2 weeks of conditioning.

I think hengeli rasboras, espei rasboras, even a shoal of threadfin rainbows(well-conditioned), Smaller sized platinum tetras might look good as well.
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Re: CONGO - A sneak peek!

Postby deb_gosh » Sun May 19, 2013 3:01 pm

A random shot :)
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Re: CONGO - A sneak peek!

Postby Achintya » Sun May 19, 2013 3:17 pm

much better.now it's time to cover those twigs with moss that you have.
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Re: CONGO - A sneak peek!

Postby zico_aqua » Sun May 19, 2013 4:20 pm

bah! debda i'm impressed! this shot truly brings out the beauty of the tank indeed!
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Re: CONGO - A sneak peek!

Postby parthapratim22 » Sun May 19, 2013 5:35 pm

this a better picture for sure.
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Re: CONGO - A sneak peek!

Postby Tirtha » Sun May 19, 2013 8:37 pm

Outstanding scape. All the best for the contest.
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Re: CONGO - A sneak peek!

Postby Aninda » Tue May 21, 2013 8:12 am

Simply Superb!! \m/ \m/
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