Anyone have any experience taking photos of fish tanks? I've been trying to come up with some good shots, but having to shoot through the glass, and everything is causing me some headaches. I've got the camera set up on a tripod, and have a Circ Polarizer on, so I can get the reflection off of the glass out of the shot, but I have a really hard time getting an accurate representation of the colors involved. I end up with very slow shutter speeds, that end up causing blur. When I use the flash, I can get a faster shutter speed, but the picture always comes out looking washed out. I've tried normal settings, slow shutters, large apertures, macro shots, supermacro shots, everything that I can think of. I've even tried having someone stand behind me with a large flashlight trying to highlight the certain peice of coral that I want. All sorts of crazy things. Any of ya'll out there have ideas of how to get them to come out? I know it can be done, because I've seen other people's pictures, but not ever any thoughts on techniques of how to actually photograph into aquariums. Thanks for any thoughts.