Quick few from the Reef tank

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  1. Bear

    Bear TPF Noob!

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    All comments, critiques, and what not is more than welcome. I know I need some more practice with the tank shots.

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  2. Bear

    Bear TPF Noob!

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    No one has any thoughts?
     
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    Well, I know nothing about tank shots, but from what I can see, they are beautiful. I like #2 the best. Its very sharp and colorful.

    Well done!

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    I'm with NJMAN I like number 2 the best. These are very neat!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I agree with the other two: Photo 2 is best. But where are the fish? Not one little fish willing to swim through your photos? Maybe?
     
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    There is a tail end of a Blue Tang at the top of Pic #2, but I hadn't even noticed that there was a lack of fish in these pictures.

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    This is an older pic so its not the best, but here's my pair of Clarkii Clowns for those who wanted ta see some fishies ;)

    I will come back in about a week and post up some new, better, reef pics with some fish in them. Thanks for the nice comments :) What could have been done to make them better?
     

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