Some pics from the last couple of nights including updated Iranocichla

10 years 11 months ago #14832 by Finnegan@large
That picture is what I was thinking about when I asked my question.  beautiful.

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10 years 11 months ago #14827 by Nuchal Man
That's a sharp fish. How big are the Iranocichla out of curiosity?

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10 years 11 months ago #14820 by rm-slover
he's purdy!

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10 years 11 months ago #14817 by Mullet
The shutter speed is 1/200.  At 1/2000 the pictures would be way too dark

Here is a pic from last night.  He was strutting his stuff


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10 years 11 months ago #14797 by henry3
wow a shutter speed of only 200? or do you mean 2000???

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10 years 11 months ago #14790 by Finnegan@large
Thank you for sharing the pictures.  Would a darker substrate bring out a darker coloration in the Iranocichla?

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10 years 11 months ago #14534 by Nuchal Man
I think I'm getting some of the A. desfonatainii from greg when he comes up to talk. That male Iranocichla looks spectacular. Looks like they'll be breeding soon.

Sam

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10 years 11 months ago #14524 by Mullet
Camera is a "too old but still works for me" Canon 350D, 100mm Macro, lighting is a single flash placed over the tank, settings are 1/200s and about f/22 or so.  I don't have the image in front of me.

That is the current size of the Astatotilapia...they are a couple of months old.  I will definetly be keeping track of them though as they grow with pictures

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11 years 4 hours ago #14519 by redzebra24
Great pictures once again! Do you have any pictures of that Astatotilapia when they are older? Thanks.

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11 years 11 hours ago #14517 by strapp
Great Pics!!! What camera, lens, lighting, and settings are you using?

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