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Re: [APD] Those brilliant reds

At 08:06 AM 3/6/2005 -0800, you wrote:
>How do you get those brilliant reds that are in photographs of the
>really gorgeous  Dutch tanks?  I know that the color of a fluorescent
>will affect the appearance of color, but that couldn't account for the
>glowing magentas and screaming scarlets I see.  I've read that
>lowering NO3 levels is the key, raising the light level is the key,
>changing micronutrient mix is the key -- everything appears to be the
>key.  So I thought I'd ask for some competent advice.

Bright (BRIGHT) blue light and low nitrates make them red
and shooting a photo with a red light on them is what does
it in my opinion.


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