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Hi took a couple of shots....not that great but still working on it...those buggers wont stay still!...LOL

I have three of them but these shots are of the two that hang out the most...the lighter colored one they tend to chase a bit.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-14-2003, 05:31 PM
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I find that Rams and other Cichlids are among the easiest fishies to photograph... The move, but then they stand still... also they are not shy. It's more challenging to get a good image of a fish that never stops moving (like some tetras or barbs or rainbows), or one that hides as soon as they see something strange showing up, like a camera
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I find that Rams and other Cichlids are among the easiest fishies to photograph...
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What cichlids are you refering to ? Hope not any of the africans. I have both tanks and I find africans a lot harder to photograph. They are constantly on the left-right move and never stay still.
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You are right, I wasn't thinking of African Lake Cichlids.
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