Which color?

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  1. JayJay65

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    I was wondering the backing I should use for my fishtank..

    I have a 20G tall, with 3 Threafin Rainbowfish, 4 Black Neon Tetras, 2 Cardinals (i know i know), 3 Bronze Cories, and 1 Otto...

    I have white gravel, and a few real plants, and a big piece of driftwood..



    I was thinking about a black cut up garbage bag, or maybe a somewhat dark blue backing.. what do you photographers think would best be suited to take pictures effectively of these fish?
     
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    Heres a picture of my fishtank

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    Blue and black are the traditional colors to use as bacgrounds for aqurium pictures. But you can use any color you want.
     
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    I was thinking about a dark blue..

    But when it comes to colors, im a downright idiot.. In art i will REFUSE to paint my drawings.. (thats why in my high school im skipping drawing and painting and going straight to honors drawing).. So yeah, just wanted to double check..

    Thanks spaz :)
     

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