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  1. karpediem
    03-02-2012 11:04 PM - permalink
    karpediem
    Last time you were saying, you were looking for the perfect plakat, did you find him ?? If not then, tell me what kind of plakat you want and which color ?
    Which part of CA are you from ??
  2. betta lover1507
    02-29-2012 10:48 AM - permalink
    betta lover1507
    thanks, but uh i never had a dragon you must've confused me with someone else lol
  3. Hopeseeker
    02-20-2012 08:57 PM - permalink
    Hopeseeker
    Thanks!! I just added new pics in both my albums! I would like to learn how to be a photographer....someday...
  4. copperarabian
    02-20-2012 02:48 PM - permalink
    copperarabian
    all parrots are noisy, and the cockatoos are extremely loud and will scream for the sheer joy of screaming. Luckily Galahs are one of the quietest of cockatoos but you have to completely change your house to meet they're needs and spend house a day with them. They also must be fed a high quality pellet diet (feed your flock is the best) with fresh and prepared foods such as grains, oatmeal, noodles, chicken, eggs, fruits and vegetables. In the end it is very awesome to have a intelligent life long companion.

    You can buy a Galah from a good breeder for $1,300-$2,000. That's also cool you used to be a falconer, my friends dad is a professional falconer and he has a ton of birds, he even has a breeding pair of auger buzzards and one of they're adult young. He also has a kookaburra and he used to have a African raven but recently he was lost. we're still looking for him but we think someone might of taken him in, we hope they'll be able to bring him home :(
  5. dramaqueen
    02-20-2012 09:27 AM - permalink
    dramaqueen
    Unless my poor brain isn't working this morning, I didn't see anything wrong with your comment. lol
  6. copperarabian
    02-18-2012 11:54 AM - permalink
    copperarabian
    Focusing manually is second nature for me, I'm not saying they all come out perfect but I don't think about it. I will often focus my camera as close as possible to the subject then instead I move the camera around or wait for the fish to come back into the focused area.

    With auto-focus/point and shoot I focus on my hand first, then keep the button half pressed so it locks. That way I have move the camera rather then change the focus. Plus auto-focus lag is evil O.O as well as flash lol

    This is a photo I did for school
  7. copperarabian
    02-18-2012 11:54 AM - permalink
    copperarabian
    Thanks I'm glad you like them, at first my betta photos weren't all that good but I dedicated a summer to getting better and I'm pretty happy but will always try new things to make them better.

    I've never been bothered by the other photos people take on the forum, it's very casual and fish are a hard to thing photograph. I find it refreshing, I'm going to the academy of art university for my BFA in photography and it's nice to see work that isn't extremely thought out and just snap shots. I also mostly take snap shots but since I've been trained I can't help but use some composition.
  8. dramaqueen
    02-17-2012 10:24 PM - permalink
    dramaqueen
    I have no idea. You might not be able to see the pics after entering but I'm not positive.
  9. bettalover2033
    02-15-2012 09:14 AM - permalink
    bettalover2033
    Thank you! I really havent updated it since last year.
  10. PewPewPew
    08-10-2011 11:59 AM - permalink
    PewPewPew
    Hrmm... If you contact one of the mods, they can alert the admins for you :) The admins are really nice here- they've helped me on a number of occasions! I'm sure they can set you right! And no problem, I know that gets very annoying. :(

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  • About Hallyx
    Biography
    Old fart and proud of it.
    Location
    Fungus corners
    Interests
    Bicycling, weight-lifting and Betta
    Occupation
    Specialist in eclectic endeavor
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    Total Years Fish Keeping Experience
    3 - 5

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