dunno about the photography, the curved from makes it a bit nippy taking anything in focus.TDI-line said:Looks great John, and excellent photography.
Cool Blyxa too.
many thanks, i'm getting happier with things, but frankly i am still unhappy with it on many levels. I have only been doing this a couple of years so i am learning all the time. The main reason i joined here was to hang about with like minded individuals to perfect my designs and skills.Dan Crawford said:Thats a stunning tank pal, I bet your way chuffed with it?!
Yeah that is kinda cool, but i do notice alot of the best photo's in here are done with white backgrounds. I don't think this tank would work with that. The other main flaw in these corner tanks is the darker spots. There is a definate column of light down the central area that relates to the T5 mounting. The back and both from corners are noticably darker. In turn the sweet spot for stuff needing higher light in right in the middle third of the tank.LondonDragon said:Tanks looks great, its also great how the corner tanks reflect the sides and makes the tank look even larger than what it actually is. keep up the good work.
Thanks,George Farmer said:Very nice.
The composition suits the triangular tank really well.
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