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Thread: Cory Kronei, Condicipulus, dicrossus filamentosus

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    Talking Cory Kronei, oiapoquensis , dicrossus filamentosus

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    dicrossus filamentosus

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    swee leh Chris !

    so when u taking pics of my fishes ???

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    what you keeping these days? I thought you got cam and etc.. wat..

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    yeah but me shooting birds, still don't know anything about aqua photograhpy leh.

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    very nice and big fishes, Chris.
    Cheers,
    Andrew

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    Quote Originally Posted by mervin
    yeah but me shooting birds, still don't know anything about aqua photograhpy leh.
    That is bulls**t!! You already have a Canon Speedlite 580EX and a 180mm macro! All you need is to point the camera at the fish and press the shutter release!

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    I have dwarf cichlids in my tanks! Do you?

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    Chris,

    The white balance still seems strange on my screen. Also, the highlights in the picture is not well controlled. Perhaps more diffusion?

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    I have dwarf cichlids in my tanks! Do you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by benny
    That is bulls**t!! You already have a Canon Speedlite 580EX and a 180mm macro! All you need is to point the camera at the fish and press the shutter release!

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    come one benny, lets not get personal here.

    you and i know that it takes more then a camera, lens and flash to produce a good picture.

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    hahahaaa... will you also have the time ;P.. if u dun try, u never know

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    Quote Originally Posted by mervin
    come one benny, lets not get personal here.

    you and i know that it takes more then a camera, lens and flash to produce a good picture.
    Yes. I agree. You need a "tok kong" looking male flaring apisto!! Right?

    So when you gonna show us yours?

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    I have dwarf cichlids in my tanks! Do you?

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    tried many time already lah and cannot make it leh.

    must set up photo tank, water must be super crystal clear, only 1 unit of flash.......fish must be cooperative....etc....
    not sure about aquaphtography techs....

    a bit too troublesome for me ......

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