What do you do when your monster fish is too big for your lens?

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  1. Photo Lady

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    [​IMG] every pic i get of him theres part of him missing... any tips until i get the wide angle lens..thanks
     
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    [​IMG]
     
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    stand back farther, and then crop in
     
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    Train it to swim at the back of the tank?
     
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    Call your local sushi bar? :D
     
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    haha...great advice everyone... standing back further does not work out to well... you get too much other distracting tankmates.. hard to crop an extra fin... etc and i have to be quick because he is the speed of lightening.. and sushi thing is out.. he is my favorite... and you do not train monster fish.. well not about swimming anyway..lol
     
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    Why bother taking the photo not very interesting with no lighting
     
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    i put the light on.. he comes out.. snap... he goes into cave.. in a flash.. i turn the light off he comes out and goes into the other cave in a flash.. so i get pics of light and no light.. but he is awesome enough if your interested in 18 inch knife.. but being a clown he is tricky.. and you have to get him passing through.. he is great to practice on... but he is so big i cannot get the whole fish.. if i can master this .. i have come along way:mrgreen: i just happen to get the best ones when light was out..
     

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