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Old 02-01-2017, 04:48 PM   #21
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Just added some rocket panchax to the nano tank and can't wait till tomorrow when can turn the lights on and get some snaps they're so cool!
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Old 02-01-2017, 04:52 PM   #22
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Been trying for months to get a photo of the bumblebee catfish. He practically bolts when I get the iPhone out, else the angelfish are photo-bombing in case the iPhone is a new fish food container (maybe I should tape a wafer to the outside glass or something).
I have the same problem with mine ... I thought goldfish were meant to be the eating pooping machines but I'm sure my angel could give them a run for their money
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I have a camera app, Camera VF5 that lets me manually adjust settings. Turn my lights up all the way. And still, most of my shots are like this-

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And I took so many shots of the Harlequins zipping back and forth to get this-
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Taking pictures is a fun way to enjoy the fish, even when the pictures don't turn out.
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Old 02-02-2017, 02:29 AM   #24
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I have a camera app, Camera VF5 that lets me manually adjust settings. Turn my lights up all the way. And still, most of my shots are like this-

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But every so often I get the fodder for stuff like this-
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And I took so many shots of the Harlequins zipping back and forth to get this-
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Taking pictures is a fun way to enjoy the fish, even when the pictures don't turn out.
Some cracking shots
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Old 02-02-2017, 02:30 AM   #25
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I got some good pics with my Nikon D3300 because you can increase the Shutter speed fast enough to freeze the motion.
If you do not have a DSLR or such, try downloading Lightroom Mobile and use the camera feature on it in Pro Mode so you can increase the shutter speed on your phones camera.
Try a shutter speed of 1/250th of a second or higher.
I think the other half has a DSLR camera I need to set him a fishtography project
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I love the pic of the harlequins <3
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I love the pic of the harlequins <3
Thanks. They are so fast!
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