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After buying a macro lens for my brother's camera I have really enjoyed taking photos of some of my shrimp

Here are a few from Today. Plenty more on @shrimplabs on instagram though 🙂

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All these photos were taken from two tanks, which inhabit Wine Reds, Pandas, Shadow Pandas, King Kongs and Blue Bolts

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jayc

Great photos!

Add more lighting for your next attempt, that will turn it into Pro shots.

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sdlTBfanUK

Wow, those are great colour and the blue bolt is awesome!

Do you keep them in a mixed tank or separate tanks?

Simon

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5 hours ago, jayc said:

Great photos!

Add more lighting for your next attempt, that will turn it into Pro shots.

Will do! They are a bit dark. Hopefully old tank LEDs will do

2 hours ago, sdlTBfanUK said:

Wow, those are great colour and the blue bolt is awesome!

Do you keep them in a mixed tank or separate tanks?

Simon

Thanks Simon! They blue bolts, pandas and king kongs are all in one tank while the wine reds are serperate

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beanbag

bump up the exposure in post

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15 hours ago, beanbag said:

bump up the exposure in post

Something I would normally do but just couldn’t really be bothered this time round

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