Finally got a picture of him at feeding time tonight.
Finally got a decent picture of my new Kole Tang.
I had to crank the ISO up to 1600 since he never stops moving and I don't have a very fast lens, so there's a bit of noise. Like the photo's I found on the internet before buying him, photo's just don't do the colors of this gorgeous fish justice.
I played around with some post processing and at least got the colors a bit truer.
Updated 07-26-2012 at 12:53 AM by Alaska_Phil
(Adding another photo)
Below is my Birdsnet as it is today.
As you can see the core of the colony is overrun with Algae and probably dead. However, all the branches are growing like mad and putting out new tips. So, would it be better to leave it alone and hope my new clean-up crew can clean it up? Or, do I frag the healthy branches and start new colonies?
To be delivered Friday
Thursday, July 12, 2012
So still experimenting with my new camera, a Nikon D5100 with 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 lens. Here's a couple of pictures of my fish. Currently all I have are 3 chromis and the one clown. Camera settings were ISO 400, f/5.0 with automatic shutter speed. My lens isn't very fast so even with the vibration reduction I have trouble getting clear shots of the fish at lower ISO settings. Also, I can't seem to get this camera to set white ballance to the tank lighting. So I shot these in Raw format and adjusted