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Old 07-23-2004, 01:36 AM   #1
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Got a Brichardi today

Picked up this little gem today. Not sure what variety.
Posted pics in the photo gallery too. Learning to use the manual focus.
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Wonderful fish!!
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I have one just like it...I love mine
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I like mine too. So different from the tetra's and barbs I normally have had.
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Congrats great fish!
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Congrats...they are amongst my favourite cichlids, and really stunning when mature, with full colours and trailing fins.
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dang how do you get pics like that!. mine when i come near enough to take a pic they go under their rock and they look ugly under there :'(. is that a female?
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Someone posted that it is a female. I have no clue myself.
I took several pics maybe 20 or more just to get a couple that looked good. The beauty of digital.
I put the camera on a tripod and manualy set the focus. After you set everything up just sit still for a bit and your subject will come out of hiding. Tried several exposure combos. The automatic settings were giving me either over or under exposed images.
I then cropped the images. Cut out over half the image to make the fish big.
I was trying to get a pic of the Serpae when a Tiger kept getting into the viewfinder. Ended up with the image used in my avatar. A big part is just luck.
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Congrats.
Great looking fish.
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