The sun shines through my window just right at about 5 o'clock every day. I just open up the blinds, put some algae discs in that corner, set my canon on macro and shoot away! The fish are all fast-moving so if I get a good one, I'm very lucky. I can shoot 300 pictures and only two will turn out good. It takes alot of patience and practice. The one thing that gets on my nerves most is that in that corner it's all scratched up. No where else is like that, yet that's the only place where the lighting is good :/
This betta is pretty photogenic.
He's extremely peaceful and tolerant also, that is why I'm able to put him with gouramis. Over the years I've taught him to move slowly or and pose/pause for the camera. He still think he'll get some blood worms if he poses for me :D
Carl would be a good name if only my second thought wasn't that Adult Swim show Aqua Teen Hunger Force. -face palm-
I just took some new pictures of my other bettas because I haven't done so in a long time. I'll post them up here in a few minutes and introduce you to those bettas.