|dfbiggs ||05-29-2011 05:20 PM |
How to pick a background color to bring out fish colors?
Anyone have any recommendations on a color of a background for GSPs?
|redchigh ||05-29-2011 05:24 PM |
I like black.. I use matte black for all my tanks.
|jeaninel ||05-29-2011 08:12 PM |
Black is my favorite also. It's very dramatic and really makes colors pop. A deep, dark blue is also nice.
|Boredomb ||05-29-2011 09:19 PM |
I also Love a black background. I use that on both of my tanks. One of them has dwarf puffers in it and it helps bring out the colors on those little guys.
|martian123 ||08-25-2011 06:37 PM |
i like a black backdrop against bright colored fish. also black gravel makes the colors pop even more. if you dont like the dark look a light blue also looks nice
|onefish2fish ||08-25-2011 06:54 PM |
i always tape my tanks off then use black spray paint on the back glass.
|BarbH ||08-26-2011 12:42 PM |
As others have said black background is a popular choice. It helps to make the fish pop, along with plants, live or fake.
|keiralio ||11-01-2011 02:59 AM |
It depends on the colours of fish you got, am using a deep blue colour in the background
|dfbiggs ||11-01-2011 01:08 PM |
Yeah I was looking to make my GSPs color pop and found they need light substrate and a bright blue background to get the yellow to come out. Previously I had the black substrate and it made them look brown and gloomy.
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