Few fishy shots

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  1. HoboSyke

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    These are my blue moba frontosa. These fish are fry from wild caught adults that came from africa in lake Tanganyika. Also they a relativley new allowable import into Australia.

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    Nice shots! good detail!
     
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    wow, these are great. How did you make these?
     
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    Very nice shots! I love the lighting and the mood. The fish look happy too :)
     
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    Thanks all, well, I used a 580EX speedlite flash in a custom home made light box, box consists of old shoe box with alfoil layered inside to give reflection and a hole cut out for the flash to sit in. So the flash comes into the tank from above the glass on the lids. Then I used manual mode on my 40D and set it to f/22-1/200s and ISO100.
     

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