A few plant photos

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish and Tank Photos' started by jetajockey, Nov 27, 2012.

  1. jetajockeyFishlore VIPMember

    Playing with the new camera and took a few plant photos in my high light planted tank.
    Ludwigia repens

    Stargrass


    Ludwigia arcuata

    Luwdigia hybrid

    Water wisteria
     




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  2. AlyeskaGirlFishlore VIPMember

    Great photos! Thanks for playing with your new camera. Feel free to anytime. :p

    :giggle:
     
  3. jetajockeyFishlore VIPMember

    Haha, thanks. I'll get some fish photos eventually, still figuring it out so it's a little tricky.
     
  4. ButterflyModeratorModerator Member

    Very nice! Now we need pics of the whole tank ;)
    Carol
     
  5. melovefishValued MemberMember

    your plants are really cool and look amazing good luck with ur aqauriums
     
  6. chevyguy8893Well Known MemberMember

    +1 on the full tank shot :D Those are some really nice pictures. I always like seeing others success with plants :). Is your ludwigia hybrid ludwigia x arcuata or something else? It looks really similar to a couple unknown stems I just got.
     
  7. jetajockeyFishlore VIPMember

    Thanks for the kind words. It is, so we probably have the same kind.
     
  8. JunneFishlore LegendMember

    Great shots!!! What kind of gear do you have? I just started photography ( been a longtime photoshop user / graphic artist ) so I am now exploring both worlds!!! :)

    I'm a Nikon user ;)
     
  9. jetajockeyFishlore VIPMember

    The new camera is a nikon d3100. We've had a d90 that was great but honestly I like this one since the technology and interface is updated. My gf is really into photography so she knows a lot more about them, I just like taking good fish pictures.
     
  10. JunneFishlore LegendMember


    Very nice! I have an newer but discontinued model ( d5100 ) but I LOVE it!! It's all about the lens in my opinion! I am seeking to get the 24/70mm f.28. Currently have only the basics 18/55 and a good telephoto 70/300mm
     
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