so i know all, if not most, corals rely on lighting.
I have mostly LPS
corals in my 90 gallon but i am having trouble positioning my corals. A few corals are positioned in a way that some part of the coral is not getting direct light. for example: i have a branching hammer coral that no matter how i place it all the heads are not getting direct sunlight. some are coverred by other heads and therefore do not get any light. Specially the ones on the side of the coral and at the bottom. Is that a problem? or as long as most of the coral is getting light, the other will be fine?
Here's a link my tank. The hammer coral is no longer as full on the bottom part as it was at the beginning, specially on the bottom where the head are not getting direct light.
YouTube - Reef Tank