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Re: Re: Constructing a photographic tank
Where can I get the betta tank with the glass insert?
That's the design I have in mind, but may be only 1
gallon or less instead of 2.5 gallon.
I have to agree with you that Nonn is a very good
photographer and yes, he built his own tank. Nonn, can
you please share some info on building the tank?
I would like to share some killies photos that I took
more than a year ago with you guys. I just used a 5
gallon tank with black poster board and some
containers to block the swimming area of the killies.
Notho. rachovii MKA:
Notho. rachovii MKA spawning:
(note: the black background is darken with Photoshop)
I'm sure I can get much better pics if I build the
right size of photographic tank myself.
All suggestions are welcome.
Date: Sat, 8 Dec 2001 05:53:53 -0800 (PST)
From: David Ramsey <djramsey30045 at yahoo_com>
Subject: Re: Constructing a photographic tank
> I plan to build myself a small tank for the purpose
> of photographing the killies and other fish.
I use a 2-1/2 gallon tank that is kept just for taking
pictures. That still gives the fish a lot of space so
patience is required. I plan on trying one of the 2
1/2 gallon tanks that has the glass inserts for
bettas. That way I can try putting plants in one
section, the fish in the other. Then you take the
pictures from the end of the tank. That will cut down
on the space they have to run around.
Nonn takes some really nice pictures and I believe
made his own tank. Hopefully he will respond and give
you the dimensions he uses.
djramsey30045 at yahoo_com
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