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Introductory Fish Pictures
Hey all! I just joined recently and figured that pictures would be a good place to start (who doesn't like fish pictures?) so here are a few shots from my tanks. Photography is another hobby of mine, though I'm more of a still life person and am still not very good at taking pictures of fish.
I'd share some full tank shots but 2/3 of them are in a transition process and don't look very pretty, so it'll have to just be fish shots for now. Hopefully I'll be able to share some shots of my community once the plants get established and I can figure out what the heck they are and how they grow. They're just stuck all over for now. :lol:
Also, sorry they're not all the same size! They are all from different times.
My avatar shot. :)
Lake Kutubu (or Turquoise) rainbow when he was a bit younger and less impressive. I need to get new pictures of them.
Same spot, different fish! Supposedly he's the same as the one above. He's 2x the size and much thicker, so I'm not sure I believe my unreliable LFS's labeling. What do you guys think?
Strange shot of my steel blue apisto (which my LFS swore was NOT an apisto, when I asked. :roll: )
A few shots of the betta inhabiting that tank:
The poor thing's tail was chewed when I got him.
A few of the puffers:
He always looks skinny to me, even though he eats a ton. Fast metabolism, I guess. :lol:
This poor guy's eyes were cloudy when I got him, but they cleared up right away in clean water.
I had two other young fancy goldfish but they were fishnapped by my grandmother for one of her ponds. I'm sure they'll gleefully grow into behemoths under her care and excessive feeding. :lol:
Well, those are some of my fish! I think I'll head off to peruse the threads in this forum. :-D
Wow, those are great shots. What kind of camera are you using?
That apisto you have is one g-o-r-g-e-o-u-s fish! :fish:
Those are gorgeous fish pics. I love my rainbows too and have 3 young ones atm. I can't wait to see how they color up. With any luck, they'll look close to yours.
Welcome to the forum.
Welcome to the forum! Excellent fish pictures and beautiful fish in general. Will you please come to my house and teach me how to take fish pictures? Mine are always washed out and I can't for the life of me get the fish to look even half as beautiful as they truly are. I want to show people how lovely my Opaline Gourami is because she is quite striking but... I get a dull Grey/blue looking fish when I try. :( Any hints you would be willing to offer would be so much appreciated. Again, Welcome. Can't wait to get to know you and your fish much better. :)
very nice looking fish and the photo shots are really good.
Welcome to the forum!
You have two great talents: keeping beautiful fish and taking beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing them with us.
yeah nice pics... loving the betta.nice coloration =)
It looks like you need to go beyond just still photography because those shots are awesome! I love all the color in your tanks too.
now thats the stuff...keep em coming ..a full tank pic please...
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