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    Hi ShrimpmasterNL,

    I am converted now. I bought another flashlight and mounted two flash lights to shoot the tank and finally, it is the exact result I wanted. I guess the tricks is to have 2 or more flashlight just like what I do in studio, except the shrimps are the sexy models. LOL!!!

    As such, I will be testing them on shrimp close up in the coming week(s).

    You can take a look at the picture I took and how I mount the flashlights from my blog: http://www.shrimpydaddy.com/2014/07/...on-shrimp.html
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    Wow, really nice! Multiple flashes makes an awesome result, so is your tank, very nice!

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    Thanks.

    When I have time in the next two week, I will try out different combination. I tried honeycomb filter for flash yesterday on tank, it is pretty good too as it can create soft directional light. It is very useful to simulate morning or sunset scene. If you do own one, you should give it a try.

    However, it is too much work to setup the flashes to take picture every time. I think I will still stick with high ISO for normal shrimp picture taking and only use flash for special picture.
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    I managed to find some time to test the flash on shrimps. The results are pretty good. You can check out the test pictures here: http://www.shrimpydaddy.com/2014/07/...lashlight.html
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    Thanks for this .

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    That is the best technology we have now

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    Hi!I use a minimum flash setting as possible and also from above. My Shrimp don't response to them most of the time. Sometimes one or two jump by the first flash, but that's just occasionally.

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