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Re: Constructing a photographic tank
Constructing a photo tank is not a problem if you have good extension
tubes for your
camera that will allow you to really zoom in on the fish. The larger the
tank though the
more patience you need. In a large tank with the fish moving around he's
in and out of
focus and frame quickly.
On Fri, 7 Dec 2001 21:00:20 -0800 (PST) Kean Huat Yeap
<keanhuat at yahoo_com> writes:
> Hi! My finals will be over in a week and I will have
> one month break. I plan to build myself a small tank
> for the purpose of photographing the killies and other
> fish. I never build a tank before and I would like to
> know what dimension will be good for the fish to feel
> comfortable and good for me to photograph the fish.
> I would think that the tank shouldn't be too small
> that the fish doesn't have much space to swim around
> and get stressed. I would want to put in some more
> space and a way to partition the tank in order to
> limit the swimming space of the fish when I want to
> take pics.
> Any suggestions are welcome.
> Kean Huat
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