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    Default Re: How to shoot better photos of these shrimps?

    Nice tank you have!! And some really special shrimps too!

    I have just normal shrimps....check out here -> http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=725916

    I used a macro lens... nothing but 55W aquarium light... just pump up ISO and shoot!
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    Default Re: How to shoot better photos of these shrimps?

    Btw, where did u get these exotic shrimps from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by icarus View Post
    Nice tank you have!! And some really special shrimps too!

    I have just normal shrimps....check out here -> http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=725916

    I used a macro lens... nothing but 55W aquarium light... just pump up ISO and shoot!
    Very nice and clean photos there! Thanks for sharing. I got my shrimps mostly from Yishun 618 and Clementi 328. I got some for quite a while already, about a year, do not know if they are still readily being stocked.

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    hi where did you buy those shrimps... there look so nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trelch View Post
    Very nice and clean photos there! Thanks for sharing. I got my shrimps mostly from Yishun 618 and Clementi 328. I got some for quite a while already, about a year, do not know if they are still readily being stocked.
    Thanks! I am still hesitating to take the plunge into exotic shrimps... heard they are really fussy on water quality...
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    I manage to shoot a photo of a shrimp with my kit 40-150mm at 150mm with an extension tube EX25. Use the built in flash. The colours are showing better, and I can see the blue nuances of the white dots on the shrimps.



    Has anyone use the zuiko lens 70-300mm before for macro shooting? Thinking of getting that to couple with the extension tube. I have seen samples before, and the shots are quite impressive.
    Last edited by trelch; 16th July 2010 at 02:08 PM.

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