A&P Macro time!

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  1. AggieZR2

    AggieZR2 Now AggieZQ8

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    Bored tonight watching the new reef tank.


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  2. TypeSDragoon

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    this thread > the other thread that went to shit

    very nice pic :)

    it's not easy doing macro shots on stuff in a tank
     
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    AggieZR2 Now AggieZQ8

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    Thankyou, that asshole fucked up everything. Too bad he is an asshole at nano-reef.com as well.

    But on topic, I have had to really struggle to get good shots of the tank. I am still experimenting a lot and slowly figuring things out. If you ahve any tips I would love to hear them. I would really like to be able to shoot some stuff at night when the lights are off as that is the only time I see my peppermint shrimp.
     
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    this one is a little better i think

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    do you have a tripod you can use? :)
     
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    yeah, i do. And now that i look at the second pic it is over exposed.
     

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