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STL
13th Apr 2005, 07:07 AM
Look what I found in my tiger shrimp tank...

http://tankyouverymuch.com/images/tgrbby.jpg

jojoecute
13th Apr 2005, 10:00 AM
Bro...
This picture very blur, possible to have more clear picture


Look what I found in my tiger shrimp tank...

http://tankyouverymuch.com/images/tgrbby.jpg

STL
13th Apr 2005, 10:39 AM
I have decided I can either have a clear picture of these tiny little baby shrimp or I can have my sanity, but not both. With that in mind here is my final attempt...

http://tankyouverymuch.com/images/tgrbby2.jpg

Walter
13th Apr 2005, 02:30 PM
lol lol bro try to find the macro function in your DC :) usually a "flower" icon..

how big are these babies? :D

kross
13th Apr 2005, 03:18 PM
looks like my "black shell shrimp".... :joking:
congrats man!

janazr
17th Apr 2005, 02:21 AM
Maybe u can post a better picture to identity the shrimp :cool:

STL
17th Apr 2005, 02:24 AM
I am sorry about the quality of the photo but these babies are really small. As for the macro function, I was using it. As for the ID, they are tiger babies no doubt as that is all that is in the aquarium.

Walter
17th Apr 2005, 01:32 PM
oh, i see... i guess it is ok as i have difficulties taking shrimplet pictures as well with the macro function :p

hope they grow up well :)

gigahertz
19th Apr 2005, 02:33 PM
One method I tried was kinda ok.

I went and got a Sony T33 and the marine case for it.

I dropped the camera into the tank and left it there so the shrimps and fish can get used to seeing it there.

After a while I was able to just stick my hand into the tank and start taking pictures.

The only problem was the cleaning of the camera after using it. Had to really clean it well so it won't smell like fish :D

Walter
19th Apr 2005, 06:40 PM
so this process your hands dont touch the water right?

jojoecute
19th Apr 2005, 06:56 PM
You can try to get a small manifying glass attach to your camera, sure you got a better zoom & clear picture..


I am sorry about the quality of the photo but these babies are really small. As for the macro function, I was using it. As for the ID, they are tiger babies no doubt as that is all that is in the aquarium.

gigahertz
20th Apr 2005, 01:11 AM
so this process your hands dont touch the water right?

My hands elbow arms are all in the water :p

I have a 120G tank that I almost fell into trying to take pictures lol