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Old 05-30-2013, 06:29 PM   #1
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Cool color effect

I recently noticed that my phone has some cool camera effects, including one that only captures green colors and puts the rest in black and white. Theres a blue effect and a red and yellow one too. Made for some cool tank shots.







Something in the lighting today made half my green background register as blue and the other half as green, but other than that its a neat effect.

Whatcha think?
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Old 05-30-2013, 06:34 PM   #2
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Yeah, the first one looks pretty cool!
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Old 05-30-2013, 06:38 PM   #3
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The yellow leaf like thing in the top left corner in pic 2. What is that?
The first one looks good.
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The yellow leaf like thing in the top left corner in pic 2. What is that?
The first one looks good.
It's an indian almond leaf that I dropped in after my water change today. And yeah, I really like the green effect. Picked up all the shades in my background nicely. I love my green viney background. Can't really see it in the pic but there's a little painting of Cthulhu in the back left corner. My avatar is a pic of that before I colored him in. All hand painted!
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Old 05-30-2013, 10:25 PM   #5
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My 90 G oscar tank
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My 90 G oscar tank
Is that plant real or fake? Did you make your camera/phone make it turn neon green or is the plant usually like that?
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Its a wood root with fake plant and a few green leds. With the contrast we dont see it well. But its nice
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Its a wood root with fake plant and a few green leds. With the contrast we dont see it well. But its nice
The LEDs make a cool effect. So the wires go through the water or what?
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Yea but its all waterproof. Its like buying a air/bubble diffuser or the heather that we are using. But if you buy one ask to the seller if its really waterproof or read the description on the package
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And the wire pass behind in the right corner. The background is painted in black with acrylic paint by using a foam roller
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