A few pictures of my fish :)

Discussion in 'Photography' started by aaronnorth, 17 Feb 2009.

  1. aaronnorth

    aaronnorth Member

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    personally i love the BN picture :D

    Thanks for looking :)
     
  2. YzemaN

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    Good photography and great control of the apperture
     
  3. Nick16

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    wow, i love the cichlids. have you got a journal for that at all? as i have a 240L tank and im crossed between planted and cichlid, but i guess there is alot of work involved in the cichlid side also. like ph buffering and special substrates etc. but i havent really read up yet.
     
  4. aaronnorth

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    Thanks yzemann

    Nick, the journal can be seen here: http://www.fishforums.net/index.php?showtopic=244990

    and what i can say is they are quite easy to look after - just watch out for any signs of bullying (not the occasional chasing around/ fight lol) and any cuts which may become infected.

    Nothing special that i do to my tank - extra filtration as they need to be overstocked and they are messy (fluvl 205 & eheim classic 2215 on 180l tank), coral sand as substrate (keeps pH at 8.2) and 50% water changes weekly and... erm ...well thats about it!

    One of the reasons why i chose them. ;)

    Thanks.
     
  5. Themuleous

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    Nice red cherry shrimp! The HC looks pretty top notch too ;)

    Sam
     
  6. aaronnorth

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    Thanks Sam, i run my CO2 high so that may contribute to it :)

    I decided to try a slightly different approach to my photography this time, especially seeing as the fish are going back to MA tommorrow :( Although not many pictures turned out well. These were the best out of 100+ lol

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    P.Crabbro, i burnt the background out to give the effect you see
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    C.Borleyi
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    Thanks for looking, Aaron
     
  7. Mark Evans

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    i love the second image aaron 8) great angle....slightly shooting upwards, nice.

    angles can add drama to an image
     
  8. Nick16

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    second pic is a master piece. its really nice.


    anyway, your BN in the first lot of photos look amazing, so well coloured up
     
  9. aaronnorth

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    Thanks guys, and Mark, i agree. The angle makes the image so much better.
     
  10. Dwarf-P.

    Dwarf-P. Newly Registered

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    very nice, especially the bn. i understand this tank has changed??- an update?
     
  11. aaronnorth

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    changed! It's empty ready for sale :D
     

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