just some photos of my tank

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That red is insane ! Really saturated love corals that pack in all the color .
Thank you! Its just a normal red planet like everyone elses. Problem now adays with people taking photos, they spread their shutter speed,crank up iso,nd toss the exposure so low to see all the "colors" that only a gel filter to bring out. Then to top it all off, the photoshop and filter nonsence witch is deffinitly never needed.

alot of people ask why my photos come out so good considering i am not at all a photographer (i guess because i usually only post daylight). But its not complicated, all i do is overexpose my cameras, and make sure the coral is completely illuminated(not shaded by my viewer or camera) and the pictures come out absolutely gorgeous. I encourage everyone to try it this way, especially under t5s-this way you can capture every single color and detail! Enjoy!
 
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Got this beautiful chalice a couple days back, it was completely pale, could barely see the color. Its still bleached out, wasnt planning on taking some photos of it untill it got its color back. Anyway, hopefully i can grow this one to be a stunner!
 

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I swear man, i absolutely had terrible luck with gonipora to the point i havnt bought one in over 7 years. This little fella is aquacultured, fragged and grown. What a better way to break the ice, then buying the ultimate holy grail gonipora. Top shelfs rainbow goni
 

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