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Old 11-25-2012, 02:54 PM   #51 
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Old 11-27-2012, 09:12 PM   #52 
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Another shot. This really isnt the place to share shots on the forum but it shows what you can do with lighting.

I'm in love with this photo! WOW!
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:18 AM   #53 
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Here is a photo I took outdoors for great lighting. Canus is a halfmoon.
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I was just taking some pictures or the new neon tetra I just added in with my betta. I normally take pictures of him... So every time I tried to take a picture of the tetra, my betta would come in front of the camera (blocking my view of the tetra) and spread all his fins out and sit there. As if he was saying look at me! Look at me! It was funny.
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Old 02-07-2013, 04:50 PM   #56 
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If I don't have the flash on, all my pictures come out blurry. The shutter is actually faster with the flash and I can't set it. So i just have to hold the camera at certain angles so the flash doesn't glare.
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Rather than a flash you might try extra lighting, preferable at a different angle, one that doesn't glare at the camera. A low angle can be dramatic. Play with it.
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Rather than a flash you might try extra lighting, preferable at a different angle, one that doesn't glare at the camera. A low angle can be dramatic. Play with it.
... ... ... Again. All my pictures come out blurry without the flash, it doesn't take the picture fast enough.
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http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=4806102552012&set=a.1976575055593.2 115124.1279618238&type=3&theater

Here is a photo I took outdoors for great lighting. Canus is a halfmoon.
I can't see it :(
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That's the one good thing about splendens, they can display really well in an empty tank with good lighting and a mirror.

I would love to get some nice clear shots of my fish sans all the equipment and dodgy backgrounds, but mine never display well in anything but their own tanks. For me, lighting is an issue as because of the amount of tannins I use the tanks are very dark. Then when I go to put the strong light over the tanks to compensate all my fish go poof.

I have to say having a good camera definitely makes up for my lack of photography skills. My point and shoot was lucky to give me one good shot for ever 100 I took. My mum's canon on the other hand, tends to give decent shots even if I just point it at the tank and press the button.

This is probably one of the best couple of photos I have taken.





I am lucky in that the killifish displayed well even under bright light and that the green provided a nice contrast to their colouring.
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