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Submitted By: Saif Faris on
Photo Caption: My eaten (thank you Picasso trigger) Harlequin Shrimp taken with a Canon EOS 1D MKII with Sigma 150mm Macro lens + 580EX flash on Off Camera Shoe Cord (held on top of tank aimed at shrimp) and Canon MT-24EX Macro Flash aimed at Shrimp (on Camera) while using tripod. Aperture is about f/16
saltwater fish - plectorhinchus chaetodonoides - harlequin sweetlips stocking in 62 gallons tank - My eaten (thank you Picasso trigger) Harlequin Shrimp taken with a Canon EOS 1D MKII with Sigma 150mm Macro lens + 580EX flash on Off Camera Shoe Cord (held on top of tank aimed at shrimp) and Canon MT-24EX Macro Flash aimed at Shrimp (on Camera) while using tripod. Aperture is about f/16

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Country: United States
Description: 80cm x 50cm x 45cm 62 Gallons 2 water pumps 1 Protien Skimmer 1 x White Light (5600K or so) @ 75 watts 1 x Blue light @ 150 watts
Advice: Take it easy.
Fish Kept: 1 x Banggai Cardinal 2 x Blu etang (juveniles) 1 x Yellow Tang 4 x Large feather dusters - several dozen juveniles
Corals/Plants: Corals (both hard and soft) Mushrooms brown and green Xenia Coral tree like coral x 2 Shelf Coral x 3 2 x Brain Coral (neon green and red) Sponges Clams Zoos
Tank Size: 62 gallons
Quote: No one is a born leader, but some people are born leaders.
About Yourself: Accountant by day, diver by afternoon, photographer by night.

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