Date: November 14th, 2008
Location: Mote Marine Aquarium at Sarasota, FL
Conservation Status: Least Concern
Did you know? Surprisingly, all clownfish are born male. They have the ability to switch their sex,
but will do so only to become the dominant female of a group. The change is irreversible.
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When I look more closely at Nemo, I am amazed by the clarity. It is such a sharp image that the minutest finer detail is visible.
I like the depth of field as well, the focus is on Nemo but you aren't excluding all of the habitat which is good in my opinion. I think that good depth of field helps the realism in a photograph and by showing a primary object in sharp focus along with the object(s) it may be interacting with it all helps create a story in the photograph.
To conclude, you have shared with us a very interesting photograph and I personally am envious of you for having the opportunity of being there to get this shot.
I love clownfish!
the details are amazing and it's really clear!