March 2020 POTM contest- favorite Fish close up

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Great stuff! We're only halfway through the month and so many great entries!!
 
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Well, why not contribute ;)

Here’s a photo of my Richmonds wrasse. Lol I was told she was a six line when I bought her, I’m glad she turned out to be a Richmonds. She’s already making the change into male and flashing at her reflection often nowadays. Can’t wait to see it all take place :)

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Not sure I’m allowed to post twice. But this ones just to share. This is my lawnmower blenny, “Tony”. It’s my dads fish; apparently his name is from Seinfeld lol

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That borb anthias so far is my favorite. Amazing photos everyone. I don’t think I have a single pic of my fish lol
 

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Camera Model: Canon EOS 60D
Lens: Cannon 75mm-300mm telephoto
ISO Speed: 320
F-stop f/4.5
No post processing
Photo was taken during a dive trip on the Great Barrier Reef. After every meal we would rinse our plates over the side of the boat. I got some cool shots of the feeding frenzies that ensued. Apparently this guy didn't like his picture being taken.
 

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- Camera: Sony a6300
- Lens: Extension tube + Nikon E-Series 70-210mm f/4
- Lighting: T5 (Coral+/Blue+/Blue+/Actinic)

- Parameters:
Aperture: idk, manual lens if I had to guess maybe f5.6
Shutter: 1/100
Speed Flash: None
ISO: 1600

Also do share:
This is an old shot of my Tailspot Blenny (Ecsenius stigmatura) in my first tank. It's the first fish I bought when I got started and I've still got him today in my current tank.
 

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This is Boba, the Exquisite Fairy Wrasse and Orkin, the Vroliks Wrasse. These are my favorite of my fish, and they are both so fast that I can never get a picture of them. I was lucky enough to get one, so I thought it was amazing that I captured them together. I used an iPhone 11 Pro Max In natural light/ portrait mode. I used the stock ios editor on the iPhone to adjust the focus to 1.4 and the warmth to 63.
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