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Old 06-01-2004, 12:13 AM   #1
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Copadichromis mloto "Flourescent"

Some recent pics of my mloto Flourescent. Hes got a cool blue on him that I thought I would share...







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Beautiful fish and well photographed!
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Those are great. Can you share any trade secrets when it comes to the photos?
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Awesome. I love the slightly lighter sheen in-between the scale pattern.
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the more lighting the better Even on these pics, I think they turned out dark. My bulbs are pretty old, but Im getting a new tank soon, so Im not going to bother replacing them. But lighting helps out the most when taking pics. I have 4 48" bulbs on my 75gallon and they gave me enough light to take some decent shots.
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COOL FISH!!!!!
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