Discussion in 'Inverts' started by George Farmer, 4 Jul 2013.
My CRS are breeding. I have about 30 babies.
Here's a few shots of the adults and their children.
Congrats george. Lovely photos too mate. Is that xmas moss??
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Thanks mate. Yes, I think so. It's growing like the clappers in this tank. Non-CO2 as well, and virtually no ferts.
great pictures, love the one showing the eggs.
congrats george, loving the photos, this is where the addiction and obsession starts
Great photos George.....I'd be as excited about my moss looking that good as I was about the shrimplets
Amazing photos.. Magazine ready..
Fantastic - great shots too. They look like nice grade shrimp too
Great pics, what ISO and speed etc, please?
Great shots mate!
Canon 50D with 100mm macro.
I think f/4, 1/160, ISO 1600 for most shots. I didn't use tripod, hence the fast shutter speed.
Thanks for that.
Fantastic quality for 1600!!!
I was about to trade up to a 7d (limited budget) but there are a lot of reviews which mention that it produces soft images. They can be sorted in PS but I would prefer them to come ok straight from the camera!
lovely pics george, glad to see that the tank is going well and the PRL numbers increasing.
Im amazed you got those pictures without a tripod, im obviously doing something (else) wrong.
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