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Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by Erick, Feb 22, 2011.
updated fts pic:
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Been playing with photobucket the last few days. I got some neat effects with it.
Male "Fingerwrinkles" Darwin bought at baymac 2009
Female Darwin also bought at baymac 2009
One of two Ochre Striped Cardinals
A friend came over with a real camera and took some sweet pics. His camera is a Canon 7D with a 100mm macro lens.
If anyone knows what kind of flasher wrasse I have posted above, I'd love to know. I am leaning towards Carpenter's.
Paracheilinus flavianalis, yellow fin flasher wrasse.
Wow! So far it looks like its going to be a beautiful set up!
Wow! So far it looks like its going to be an awesome set up!
Thanks Suloco. Funny thing is I want a bigger tank now
I have some more pics from my friends "photo shoot"
And a few more:
For Christmas I got a new camera. It's a Canon EOS t3i, the stock lens was junk so I got a 50mm lens and a macro conversion lens. So far it's pretty awesome and way cheaper than the macro lens I was looking at. Here's a photo I took tonight with it.
I took a few more. The one up above is my favorite so far though. The camera my friend brought to my place was a better camera with a much more expensive lens. I don't know how hard he was trying for photos. I think I got some pretty good shots myself My lens and conversion lens set me back 178 total. I think his lens was over 1000 when he bought it. I will say this though, it takes more work for me to get a focused shot.
Saaaweeeet pics Erick !
Thanks Mike and Levi. Here are some day shots:
Took this at night with a flash.
New Paly. This one is neat, it's lavender, it doesn't fluoresce though, reminds me of the blue shuriken.
Full tank shot I changed the rockwork on the left side. I like it a lot more than having that really large rock there.
Nice looking tank. Anymore problems with the adventurous wrasse?