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I haven't had an aquarium for years, but a few months ago I jumped back in. I told myself, "It's a small tank, I'll keep it low tech and inexpensive." Now I've got a CO2 cylinder under the table and the aquarium lighting is controlled by my phone. Anywho, now I'm trying my hand at photography.

Here are the settings I used: ISO 200 (a bit grainy above that), 1/50 exposure, f3.4 Any thoughts would be welcome

Flora: Rotala(red), Dwarf Hairgrass, Crypt Parva, Vallisneria Vesuvius, Ambulia
Critters: Cherry Shrimp, Amano Shrimp, Otos!
 

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Nice tank. One suggestion. Turn off your pump and CO2 and then take your photos.

You will get better clarity and avoid all of those little white "comas".
 

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Nice tank. One suggestion. Turn off your pump and CO2 and then take your photos.

You will get better clarity and avoid all of those little white "comas".
That... makes a lot of sense. Now I know what I'm doing with my lunch break tomorrow - Many Thanks!
 
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