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Old 12-19-2011, 05:44 PM   #1 
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Chard bettas take two

I took out the two brothers, but focused on the gold dragon for today since he was flaring so much. Chard's fish are absolutely stunning in person, and I feel these photo's really show them for who they are.... except the very last one of the red and gold boy lol his photo shoot will come tomorrow and you'll get to see how gorgeous he is XD Chard said that he's the dragons cousin.

I'll see how the females do out of their tank for pics, they usually get more stressed then the males so I leave them alone and just photograph them in their aquarium.


natural light is really the best, the colors come out so perfect because of it. I feel summer light is better because of the higher angle, but the low light seemed to work ok for these shots. I love how his fins have that awesome silver color contrasting with the gold.



















I took a couple of the copper and platinum dragon





so tomorrow I'll partner the above boy with this guy
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Old 12-19-2011, 05:46 PM   #2 
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I wish my camera would take pics like that... my camera sucks without the flash, the pictures are ALWAYS blurry, and the flash makes the color look way too different.
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Old 12-19-2011, 05:58 PM   #3 
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I wish my camera would take pics like that... my camera sucks without the flash, the pictures are ALWAYS blurry, and the flash makes the color look way too different.
I take my bettas out of their aquarium and set them up in natural light, aka sun. If it's really bright let them sit near the sun, but not directly in it for a few minutes to let their eyes adjust :) The better the light quality the faster your camera's shutter speed can be, and a faster shutter speed means a sharper image.

this is how I set up my photo's
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Oh My goodness! Look at that First one! I love their colors! Great quality! I think I'm ready to buy one from him! The camera DOES make a difference!
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