- Apr 4, 2020
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Oh. My. Gosh. I love them!! I’m kind of a clove enthusiast and those are just stunning! Are they on y’all’s website??One of the clove polyp varieties I'm growing in the farm! The polyps get really big and they're pastel like in coloration. Under blues the tips look almost teal.
Yes, I do have a stock item of them on the site! Just a heads up, they're mostly teal due to the blue lighting that they're under. Here's some frags under more blended spectrums that's a bit more accurate to their look:Oh. My. Gosh. I love them!! I’m kind of a clove enthusiast and those are just stunning! Are they on y’all’s website??
Hey Rick! I keep the website pretty updated. You can find all names, prices, and even a brief description and care level for the corals on there.Message me a price list on the corals that I have reposted please
Your killing me man! Incredible shroom.
One of the most sought after mushroom corals at the moment, and it's no surprise. The chaotic black and purple splashes along the body is a trait not seen in many corals, let alone a mushroom coral. The babies themselves come out as all red, and the chances of them gaining the splashing color patterns isn't guaranteed. Regardless of the pattern, the red is extremely brilliant and gorgeous on its own. But for the ones that do develop it, they'll become a masterpiece.
I have a little write up about camera gear here! https://www.legendary-corals.com/post/our-camera-set-upAmazing photos! Thank you for sharing and updating!
The Canon R looks to be working well. Are these are still shot with the 100mm macro lens? Do you use a tripod? Is the lens IS?
DO you use aperture mode or a different setting most often?
Lighting during these shots is set up how?