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    Some Fishy Shot done over CNY

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    Erm... edwin, your johorensis is actually a pentazona.

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    Edwin,

    You might want to consider showing your pictures with a resolution of not more than 900 pixels wide. Otherwise, most folks have to scroll left or right and the impact is lost.

    Also, the third picture is over exposed an over sharpened.

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    isnt it a little too bright?

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    Maybe the fish was just REALLY stressed? my harlequins look like that sometimes.

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    what i mean was that the lighting was a little to harsh.. but still very clear pictures.

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    Or were they taken after the lights were off and then suddenly on again?
    They could be sleeping and woken up... Hence the faded colours?
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    Quote Originally Posted by valice
    Or were they taken after the lights were off and then suddenly on again?
    They could be sleeping and woken up... Hence the faded colours?
    Nice try! But that's not how wynx shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benny
    Nice try! But that's not how wynx shoot.

    Cheers,

    Haha....that's right...Those fishes are mostly housed in my 1 ft tank....and I shoot them...my usual way...guess I am abit rusty still
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    That looks like Rasbora Hengeli instead of espei !

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