|01-30-2013 10:31 PM|
Exactly my thought. More dimension!
|01-30-2013 10:02 PM|
My community tank features higher light plants at one end and mostly lower light plants at the other. The LED light bar is adjusted so it's centered over the right hand 2/3rds of the tank and I've got a screen covered piece of glass that helps dim the light on a small strip across the far left side.
Used to just use floaters to try and get the same affect, but they're bloody hard to keep corralled. Happily, I discovered the glass canopy for a 2.5g standard tank fits perfectly across my 37g tall--glued down window screen and it's ready to slide into place to keep my java fern and anubia just that little bit less lit.
Not the usual look, but I like the extra dimension it adds.
|01-30-2013 09:49 PM|
|HD Blazingwolf||the light has to be ver far away to really achieve tis look|
|01-30-2013 08:50 PM|
Anyone else like variations in the intensity if light over a tank?
To me it looks more natural when the lighting over the tank has different intensity of illumination. It looks more natural, like perhaps there is a big tree or lim above shading some areas of a river or something. I'm going to try doing this window screen blocking different parts alon the length of the bulb. Anyone else like or do something similar?