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Some of You, may be still remember those Cichlid tank of mine and these 'Red Albino Oscars Lovers'
 

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Yes, I remember that post!

Beautiful pics, as always!

Kim
 

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Beauti indeed, but would have been perfect if were natural, Fantastic health these guys have otherwise, Bravo work

God Bless you
 

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Here is another compares between shooting with EF 50 mm. f/1.8 II lens
+ tank lightning ( the first two shots)
and EF 50 mm/f2.5 Compact-Macro lens + external flashes - Canon Speedlite 430 and 580EX(the last one shot)





 

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A lot less noise in the picture. I don't like BP's, but they look as good as they can in your pictures. Well taken care of and top notch color.

Are your pictures published in magazines? Just curious.
 

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chapman76 said:
A lot less noise in the picture. I don't like BP's, but they look as good as they can in your pictures. Well taken care of and top notch color.

Are your pictures published in magazines? Just curious.
Thanks, Pal !
No, my photos are still available only in my favorite forums in the Net …
I’m not professional Photographer and made them just for own pleasure… :idea:
I have no time and wish to take it serious and make some “businessâ€
 

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Do you have any full shots of the Green Terror or Vieja? Great fish once again.
Yes, I got plenty of old shots, but I don’t like them enough… :wink:
I hope soon will get more good shots of all my Cichlids and will share them here!
 

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So, I decide to variegate this American cichlids series of my fishes
with some shots of African’s cichlids, which I was made being guest in a friend of mine…













 

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Oh, I just can't believe?
First time I decide to post Africans cichlid photo series here
In those Africans Cichlid Kingdom-site and nobody said a word :roll:

Obviously, I have to continue only with my Americans pets :wink:



 

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Love the oscars, excellent photography! Nice salt pics too .
 

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Beautiful pictures of the Americans and the Africans. You've captured some great detail in those close-ups. My husband is the photographer in our family. Now if I could just get him interested in photographing fish, we'd be set :) .
 

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So, continuing with this my favorite American's Cichlid specimen - Apistogramma Cacatuoides

Here is one of my males, who you know yet very well:



the female:



and it's my older male close up:



...the back half part of the body is not in the least impressive, though:

 

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Aquasaur, your fish are spectacular and your photography is breathtaking. I would love to know more about your setups - how many tanks you have, filtration, feeding, etc. Clearly you are a master fishkeeper and it would be great to gain some insight into your experience. One thing I'm dying to know... where do you get such amazing fish! :)
 

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Beautiful as always Hristo. Not only are the pictures second to none, the quality of the fish is great. Those are orange flash, correct?

You're right, the back half looks like it's taken a beating. Still they're impressive. Cacs have always been a favorite of mine. My orange flash and my triple reds were some of my favorites.
 
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