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KenG
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PostSubject: New addition   Sat Apr 11, 2009 7:43 pm

Hi All

Just to let you know i've managed to find a friend for my ranunculus, I lost my other 2 to whitespot last month and its great to be able to find two more so soon. My other tanks seem to be a lot more settled now and everything is growing fast, its great when everything is spot on, it makes me feel so goooood!. Very Happy
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Curby
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PostSubject: Re: New addition   Mon Apr 13, 2009 8:49 am

KenG wrote:
Hi All

Just to let you know i've managed to find a friend for my ranunculus, I lost my other 2 to whitespot last month and its great to be able to find two more so soon. My other tanks seem to be a lot more settled now and everything is growing fast, its great when everything is spot on, it makes me feel so goooood!. Very Happy

Great news ken.....
Its good youve found another as iam struggling to find any more L182's to add to my collection...
Get some pics of the new addition posted up mate.. Smile

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Kurosaki J
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PostSubject: Re: New addition   Mon Apr 13, 2009 10:17 am

Yup - got any pix KenG?
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KenG
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PostSubject: Re: New addition   Thu Apr 16, 2009 8:17 pm

I'll have to try hard and practise my fish photography, I'm going to have to learn as i have 2 bristlenose that i want identifying, I bought them as L150 but after looking on Planetcatfish they dont look like they are, more like L156/9's.
Anyway do you think i could get good photos with a 4 million pixel Olympus compact?, flash or no flash?, maybe macro setting?. Smile
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Curby
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PostSubject: Re: New addition   Thu Apr 16, 2009 8:47 pm

KenG wrote:
I'll have to try hard and practise my fish photography, I'm going to have to learn as i have 2 bristlenose that i want identifying, I bought them as L150 but after looking on Planetcatfish they dont look like they are, more like L156/9's.
Anyway do you think i could get good photos with a 4 million pixel Olympus compact?, flash or no flash?, maybe macro setting?. Smile

my camera is really crap mate hence thats why i dont have many pics,,just take one they may turn out ok.. Smile

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KenG
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PostSubject: Re: New addition   Thu Apr 16, 2009 9:07 pm

I'll give it a go. dont think I'll use the flash though as I,m worried aout scaring them!
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Brengun
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PostSubject: Re: New addition   Thu Apr 16, 2009 11:25 pm

As long as the tank is lit a flash shouldn't bother them too much. Just stand further away to take the photo, take your time focussing and trim the photo later to magnify the fish into a bigger pic.
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Kurosaki J
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PostSubject: Re: New addition   Sat Apr 18, 2009 10:47 pm

High Keng , brengun makes a good point , if u light the tank from above with desk lamp or similar
there shouldn't be huge call to use your flash. Lets see some nice big pics of the Ranunculus.
Cheers J
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PostSubject: Re: New addition   Sun Apr 19, 2009 8:20 am

Kurosaki J wrote:
High Keng , brengun makes a good point , if u light the tank from above with desk lamp or similar
there shouldn't be huge call to use your flash. Lets see some nice big pics of the Ranunculus.
Cheers J

i will try that myself later..

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skippy
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PostSubject: Re: New addition   Thu Apr 23, 2009 9:41 am

They seem like real buggers to photo. I have a couple I got from someone who kept them in his garage and probably only looked at them once a day to feed them so they are real skittish. As soon as they feel you coming, they're off!
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Brengun
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PostSubject: Re: New addition   Sun May 03, 2009 11:10 pm

Yeah my peppermint bns are like that and I have very few photos of them as a result.
On rare occasions when they do come out I am too gobsmacked staring at them that I forget about getting the camera. Laughing
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