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Charles Raabe's photo of his 80g Reef Tank which contains numerous hard and soft corals, two Queen Anthias, 1 , 1 Gaimard Wrasse and 1 Percula Clownfish. Everything in this tank was hand collected in the Philippines by Charles. Charles also won a well deserved 1st Place in the About Saltaquariums October 2005 Reef Tanks Photo Contest.
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Dale Vearncombe's photo of his 100g Reef Tank, submitted for entry in an About Saltwater Aquariums Photo Contest. Note the wide variety of corals, Surgeonfish and intertebrates. Congratulations to the winners and a big thank you to the contestants for sharing your fish and aquarium photos with the world!
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6. Use very strong aquarium lights under the hood of your tank. The more lighting above your tank, the easier it will be for your camera to focus and take clear photos of your fish. You will need very strong lighting if you decide not to use a flash. Be extremely careful when handling lights above your aquarium. Shock or electrocution can follow if the lights or cords get in contact with the water.15. Use a special "photo tank" for taking pictures of your fish. Tall aquariums might not allow enough light to reach your fish which will result in a poor quality photo. Wide aquariums allow the fish to hide in the back, making it difficult for your digital camera to focus on them. You might have to use a separate tank that is shallow and narrow to get a nice photo of your fish.11. Don't try following the fish with your camera as they swim. Instead, focus on a specific spot in the aquarium and wait for the fish to enter into your focus zone. Moving the camera back and forth might cause your photos to blur because of the movement.We love aquairum tanks and we made a video about all freshwater aquairum fish species. Time of this video 39;09. You will see all freshwater fish species in this video.
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Species of freswater aquairum fish:
1 American Cichlids (Cichlasomas, acaras,angelfish, discuses
and others)
2 Barbs
3 Catfish
4 Cold-Water Cyprinids
5 Other Cyprinids
6 Danios And Other Danionins
7 Darters:
8 Dwarf Cichlids (Apistogrammas, rams and others)
9 Gar
10 Gobies
11 Hatchetfish
12 Headstanders
13 Killifish
14 Labyrinth fish
15 Lake Malawi Cichlids
16 Lake Tanganyika Cichlids
17 Live-Bearers
18 Loaches And Related Cypriniformes
19 Miscellaneous African Cichlids (Non-Rift Lake)

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saltwater aquarium fish16. Try to get as close to the aquarium glass as possible with your camera. It will be much easier for you to focus on the fish. If you're using a flash, don't shoot straight at the tank because you'll get a reflection of the flash in your photos. Try taking photos at an angle to reduce any flash bounce in your photos. You might want to use a rubber lens hood on your camera. This will allow you to press the camera right up to the glass to take photos and will help reduce glares from the flash on the glass. Patience. Remember that digital images are free. Consequently, shoot lots of images and take your time.
Study behavior. If possible, prior to your photo shoot, spend time understanding the fish’s behavior in regard to swimming patterns and areas of the aquarium that they frequent so that you can be at the right place at the right time.
Frame it well. Compose your images so that there is space in front of the fish’s snout; hence, provide swimming room for your fish.