Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by boun11, Jan 8, 2010.
Very nice Boun!
Beautiful photos! I especially love the shots of the fish with amazing colors. Which camera are you using?
About time you take some pics, haha.
Thanks! I am using Nikon D300 and I am still learning how to use it.
Yup... It's about time.. You could have taken some better pictures when you were here on Saturday. Anyway, here are more pictures of the fishes and corals in the tank.
Of course the nicer corals are Ian's which I am corals sitting until he moves to his new place 0
I decided to take a couple of pictures of my tank. I added some corals from Ian and picked up a big clam. The scape still needs work.
Are you using a Macro to take your pictures? Which one?
Most of the close up pictures I used a macro lens. I have the nikon 105mm but some of the pictures I used nikon 17-55mm. The last two pictures I used the nikon 35mm.
Sweet pics Boun. It was nice checking out your tank in person at the east bay tank tour....keep up the good work !
Looking good Boun.
you need to come over here with those cameras!!
Looking good how are you liking the two MP40W pointing right at each other? I have the same exact tank dimensions just a glass Oceanic one. I should have just saw your thread cause I pretty much did the same equipment list haha.
I moved one of the MP40W down more and the other a little higher. they are not quiet pointing straight at each other. It works well for me.
Boun you need to do another updated photo of the tank with all of its new inhabitants
Nice thread Boun - Good to see you're over here as well
Ok.. let me take out my camera. Just came back from our 5th grade program, "I'm going to college!" We took over 110 5th graders to UC Berkeley for a day and let them take some classes taught by our staff. It was a long and tiring day! Stay tune for pictures later on tonight.
Here you go Brian! FTS for you SNAILS ANYONE?
Man that looks good very nice
Here are some updated pictures of the tank. Less snails now since I gave some away. I changed the layout too. Enjoy
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