A few from my Mini Reef

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  1. firemedic0135

    firemedic0135 TPF Noob!

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    Here are a few shots from my mini reef.They arn't spectacular but I think they came out well.Its kinda hard to get sharp pics from through the glass, even when things look good in the viewfinder.

    anyway here is a lawnmower blenny peeking out
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    A flase percula clownfish( every sw tank has to have these :lol:)
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    A branch frogspawn coral
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    A hammer/anchor coral
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    LMK if you have any C/C to make them better
    or just what you think about a few of my friends:p
     
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    These are great! The glass does take a bit away, but they definitely are sharp enough. Though they could be sharpened up a bit more with post processing. I would say the white balance is a bit off, try removing the blue cast (I'm assuming from your lights) might make them look a bit more natural, although I do like the "aquarium" look.

    what size is your tank?
     
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    Thanks for the comments I will try your suggestions.

    This one is a 55gal. I am in the proccess of building a new reef(225gal)
    but that one is gonna take a while to complete.

    The white balance was AWB but I shot them in raw/jpeg so I can tweak them if needed.I thought I would get a feel for what people thought about them before I got to carried away with the P/P( I really hate P/P,cause I'm Lazy:lol:)
    Yeah the blue cast is from the actinic lighting.The other lights are 10,000k and I figured they would wash out most of the blue cast.
     

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