Sorry about the losses. Glad to hear the new tank is doing good. The pics are great as usual!Been a minute, had some major losses to some of my fav corals (mostly chalices) which bummed me out and killed my pic taking. My new tank has been looking good though and trying my hand at fish pics again. Still have a lot of work to do on my fish pic skills, but here's a few.
bimac by Peter Young, on Flickr
blondenaso by Peter Young, on Flickr
yellow-2 by Peter Young, on Flickr
Take care and stay healthy
thanks, the lens I'm using won't let me get any quicker on the shutter unless I go full manual mode, was kinda playing around to see what I'd get just using Aperture priority. Got another couple cool shots yesterday.Sad to hear about the losses you've had
Hope ull build up the collection back.
Amazing pictures. Interesting very slow shutter speeds, didn't think one could pull a nonplussed tank shot that slow even with flow off and a good tripod, clearly u can and the added DOF is just amazing.
Oh yeah, takes a still tank and tripod (and lots of retakes cause my fish seem to also want to get in the shots). The regal has been in a tank w/o corals until about a month ago. So far no interest in chalice, leptastrea, favia or pectina. We'll see when I start moving in zoas.................fingers crossed.Was talking about the 5-15 shutter speeds on then coral shots.
Love that regal did it behave with the chalices ?