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  2. Took a few shots of my africans trying to work the new DSLR I got for chrissy. (Lots of room for improvement LOL) The fish were well behaved on their first shoot.. some even lined up in a row for me! So got one of my phenochillus, my mdoka white lips talking to an albino bn, the yellow fin mloto, virgatus, yellow varient of red fin kadango, big red (peacock) and dragons blood. Will need a few more practice runs I think! (At least you can SEE the fish now.. not like the old camera!) Fend off the bourbon and bring on the camera.. these little buggers are quick. Keep ya posted when i get some more! Cheers for lookin
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  4. Hey Guys, Have picked up a Canon EOS400D w/ Battery Grip and an F1.8 50mm. Currently 'testing' it out prior to purchase Few shots from the last couple of days: Shots of two different Geophagus sp. "Araguaia Orange Head" males. Satanoperca leucosticta, first two are of my dominant male. Cheers, japes.
  5. 400D 50mm @ F1.8 Geophagus altifrons 'Rio Tocantins' (ozarowana stock! stunning) Acarichthys heckelii Satanoperca leucosticta (also ozarowana's stock) and just to finish off, not such a great photo. My angry Chocolate after I rearranged his home. I'll get some nicer shots of him over the next few days hopefully. Cheers, Ryan.
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