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Old 04-21-2008, 05:37 PM   #1
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Hello everyone. After looking at the great pictures you guys have showed, I decided to share some pics of some the fish I currently have. Most of them live in a 180 FOWLR. Let me know what you think!! Regards, Tim

Rhomboid Wrasse


Borbonius Anthias


Black Tang


X-mas Island Emperor Angel starting to change


Powder Blue Tang


Dwarf Moray and Goldentail Moray


Rhinopias and Foxface



Rhinopias about to pounce
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Those are some great looking fish!
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Those are some great pics! Your fish look great! : )
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Very nice pictures and a very interesting selection of fish. Thanks for sharing.
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Great looking fish. Do you have any full tank shots?
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Thanks for all the kind remarks. As far as a full tank shot I have a hard enough time getting a decent shot of one fish. Anyone have any recomendations on how to take better full tank shots? Because mine are more like full tank sh*ts!!! Regards, Tim
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That Rhomboid Wrasse is incredible. Awesome shots myers!

The general way to take decent FTS shots is:
Turn off all the lights in the room except the aquarium lights
use a tripod or something to stabilize the camera
try to use a low ISO and a fast shutter speed
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The I and the S and o what is that. I have no idea any camera terminology. The camera thankfully makes up for my poor skills. So I would like to camera for making me like I have a clue. I will try to take a FTS. When I try I always get reflection from the things in front of the tank. I'll let you know how I make out. Regards, Tim
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To reduce the glare (rings) turn off the flash, and all lights in the room except the tank lights. If you have a night vision option on your camera, you could try that too.
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