Discussion in 'General SPS Discussion' started by coral reeftank, Sep 20, 2014.
Are Most of them shot top down? Also did you use coral viewer to shoot?
Ur coral and photo look amazing. I want to learn ur photography skills
Your English is fine, Alitoo.81.
Coral Reeftank, you're an acro genius! Do you ever sell frags?
Also, TGC amd RMF--what vendors are these?
Northern Crush Very Nice Hung!
I Believe they are:
TGC = TWO GUYS CORALS
RMF = ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRAGS
WOW!! Stunning pics!
Love what you have going on there. What do you believe is the key when it comes to great PE? Are there particular parameter values (ie. alk or calcium at some figure) that you believe coax the polyps out or is it just a stable environment over a very long period of time. Since its been years this tank has existed, I would imagine you have a sense.
Also, I noticed your moving to T5's on your newer tanks. Any reason for the migration?
can you share info about the camera that you are using and settings? like ISO, F... and lens?
very impressive corals!
Yes they are.
TGC= Two guys corals
RMF= Rocky mountain frags
I do sell frags, pm if you want something in particular.
I believe that a stable tank changing water often contributes the most to a tank's health. I don't think you need a specific number to shoot for but keeping it stable is the most important thing.
I use a nikon 105 mm macro, I change my iso and f stop occasionally to fit what I photograph.
Nice collection Hung. Please let me know when you have a frag of the RR CA CJ Pinky.
Amazing corals keep them pictures coming.
Any chance to see how is wwc blueberry doing for you ?
I'll get a pic of that one soon.
And now for a little update
CRT Killer Bee, one of the brightest pieces in my tank and is super awesome when the orange polyps come around.
RR Starfire, this one is just too hairy
This is not an acro but it is my blue squamosa!
Very nice collection.
Great pics as usual! What's that last small acro? I'm loving the starfire!
That last one is a Granulosa I've been growing out for a little while now, it's orange with bright red polyps
Absolutely stunning! You inspired me to order some more Acros!
That orange on the RR Orangecicle is just plain SICK!!! That's going in my next order from you....just sayin.
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