Reef tank

Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by maxalmon, Dec 30, 2008.

  1. maxalmon

    maxalmon TPF Noob!

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    Once again, still learning and now moving onto manual control...
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    Clean glass is a MUST. IMO, try to focus on one piece. I'm not that experienced with photography, but you should try to focus on one piece of SPS or a colony of zoos. Maybe get a top down shot of the clam. Here are some I did with my point & shoot when I had my tank....

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    here are a few more. Cleaning the glass before a marine shot is pretty much marine macro 101. Shooting thru glass and water is a total learning curve. I specialize in marine macros
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    I love the composition of this umbrella coral
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    This image has a few pest that are not wanted in a reef tank, but interesting too look at
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    sabbath999 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nice shots.

    I am learning to specialize in marine macros as well (although I am doing it while diving) :)
     
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    If you have any more, I'd love to see them. BTW, I did NOT mean to high jack your thread by posting my pics. I was just showing one reefer to another :)
     

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