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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by alex08, Jun 1, 2014.
Hi Alex, Refection i love them too More more
Alex more great photos especially the Shrimp reflection.
Since you guys like them too, i have another one.
Alex I think you must sit in front of your tank with a camera just waiting for that special photos.
Hi Alex Superb Mirror mirror on the wall who is the most beautiful shrimp of all That one is
Let me show you guys another set of pics, this time with cool back lighting :
Still going for that "Nature style" type of setup.
From now on, my mind is set on growing back the Eleocharis in front. E. parvula had it's ups and downs due to the high temperature (27-29 degrees C) and being shadowed by the plants in middleground area.
You Aquascape is something beginners should look at and study just something so simple yet when done correctly and left alone (trim only) it develops into something to be very proud off.
Keith, i think the part with "left alone" is one of the most important aspects in chasing a "nature style" setup.
Here is a close up, with cool light :
That is the secret when you have a "Nature Style" tank let it grow and only do a very light trim when its necessary.
Summer colors edition
Warm versus Cool light :
Click on it to see full size.
Wow! It must be amazing to have a tank like this one in our house!
Hi Alex Simply Stunning. KIS Mate The back ground colour of the first photo Is the for me I liked it from the start
Alex & Roy
Background lighting can change an Aquascaping completely.
Hey. Very nice, that's rock
Liebe Grüße Felix
A few more pics, to have a better look at it :
Better lighting to eliminate shadows :
Neocaridina davidi var. Orange
Thank you guys for all the kind words.
Hi Alex, Photo one. I like the shadows The other photos well there ok.Ho i meant Superb
All pictures are amazing....
The snail is really cute!
Alex I fully agree with Roy the lighting on the first photo gives it a natural feel about it where as all the lighting just does not look as pleasing to look at.
Disregarding all that its a great tank.
Again great photos.
I've submitted the old wood version back in May, as i remember, to IAPLC and here is the result :
It's an honour.
With this new version i competed in a national contest, the Romanian Aquascaping Contest and i've got 3rd place (out of 29) :
This one got the prize for Best aquarium photo submitted in the contest :
A few more pics from the last photo session :
And of course thank you all again for your support, i find posting these pics the best way to repay you guys.
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