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Your home aquarium can be photographed in much the same manner as we just discussed. The biggest additional issue you will face will be the background. You will need to provide an appropriate background for your fish images. Try a sheet of poster board positioned on the far side of the tank. Place it outside the tank. The reason for this is simple. Pictures of your goldfish look weird when it appears to be swimming next to your couch. A simple sheet of poster board or Foamcore will give you a nice clean background that will make your little Nemo the center of attention.
Simply send us your photos, along with important contact information and a short narrative about when and where your fish was caught.
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Sifting sand for food, Blennies are a terrific saltwater aquarium fish. The top Blenny photo gallery contains outstanding fish pictures of a wide variety of Blennies submitted to About Saltwater Aquariums for display and photo contest entry. May 4, 2017 - Rule of thumb is to keep hands wet when holding fish out of water for photo-op.
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(Please read the terms and conditions before submitting) We invite you to share your fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing photos taken in Washington. Let’s show the world that Washington is a great place to recreate outdoors! Chosen photos will be displayed in the .Spotted Fish created by: Melissa Fague To view this wildlife photo, as well as beautiful domestic animal and insect photographs please visit our Animal and wildlife photography gallery. Both wall art and fine art prints are available as well as a variety of printing options, please visit our website: You can also follow us on: We are now available on , and ! And don't forget to sign up for our . You'll receive special offers; updates on our exhibits, helpful photography tips, and more....come join the fun! A fisherman discovered this weird fish in a pile of bycatch off the coast of Nova Scotia in eastern Canada on March 4, 2016. He snapped the photo, and later identified it as a knifenose chimaera (Harriotta raleighana), a deep-water fish that has a skeleton made of cartilage. (H. raleighana( is related to sharks, skates and stingrays, and usually swims near the ocean's floor, looking for prey with the heartbeat-sensing electroreceptors on its snout. []As catch and release fishing is growing in popularity amongst anglers, photography has become the most important way to record a trophy fish or a memorable moment from a fishing trip. A good quality photo will give you a reference for the fish’s exact coloration and particular markings, a skilled taxidermist can create a fiberglass lifelike replica mount or commission a custom trophy portrait that encompasses the entire story behind the catch, both are worthy of “fine art!”When you catch that trophy fish and your desire is to release it to fight again, but you wish to have the measurements for a fiberglass replica here’s what to do. If possible measure the fish in the water using a floating ruler or a tailor’s tape. Measure from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail and around the girth of fish at the widest point of body. If you’re bringing the fish onboard for a measurement using a bump board (ruler with a stopper at one end) wet the ruler before you use it. The time for measuring and photo’s should be minimized to under 25 seconds.While some species can be difficult to keep in a saltwater aquarium, Angelfish are among the most popular fish for marine aquariums. The Top Saltwater Angelfish Picture Gallery contains outstanding photos of a wide variety of marine Angelfish. These fish pictures were submitted to About Saltwater Aquariums for display and contest entry.