Better Tank Pictures

Discussion in 'Photography' started by bondolo, Apr 1, 2012.

  1. bondolo

    bondolo Supporting Member

    I've been working on my lighting and tank params with hopes of improving the colouration of my coral. I think the results speak for themselves.

    FTS with only minimal retouching.
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  2. bondolo

    bondolo Supporting Member

    Most of the corals are from the Pripyat and Dauphin County series which aren't seen much in the US. The clown is a Fukushima morph though it's looking a little dull in this picture.
     
  3. goldielocke76

    goldielocke76 Supporting Member

    Wow, beautiful tank! The colors are popping! :D
     
  4. gimmito

    gimmito Supporting Member

    Nice Mike.
     
  5. JAR

    JAR Supporting Member

    amazing what you can do with photoshop these days! :D LOL
    Nice work.
     
  6. aqua-nut

    aqua-nut Supporting Member

    I wonder what it will look like on April 2nd??

    You had me going for a second. Then the Fukashima comment!

    :)

    I had to google the other two (old memory cells). :(
     
  7. Apon

    Apon Volunteer

    Take a pic at night and that should help get rid of the yellow/greenish background color.
     
  8. bondolo

    bondolo Supporting Member

    OK, here's the non-April 1st version of the same shot.

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    This version has only had the white balance corrected. I prefer to take my tank pictures in the daytime so that the corals are open and fish are active but constantly have problems with window reflections and back reflection from the front glass. Is there a way to reduce reflections other than hanging blackout curtains? Using a flash or turning on all possible light seems to help but that has it's own problems (white spots).
     
  9. Not_Now_John

    Not_Now_John Guest

    I bet you could sell frags easier with the first one ;)
    You might try a polarized filter and see what that does for you.
     
  10. A_Lee

    A_Lee Guest

    I actually prefer the original, unedited image.
     

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