Photohogging Fish

Discussion in 'Funny Stuff' started by keegee1012, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. keegee1012

    keegee1012Valued MemberMember

    Today I decided to take some pictures of my Albino Angels and the few discus. While most of the pictures came out well, this is what happened when I tried to take a picture of one fish and the rest of the tank began to crowd around the area. Making the back portion bare.


    Try to guess all the fish there. X3
  2. apple429

    apple429Well Known MemberMember

  3. pirahnah3

    pirahnah3Fishlore VIPMember

    haha that is funny! Mine typically run from the camera when I pull it out.

  4. MD Angels

    MD AngelsWell Known MemberMember

    Haha! Angels love the camera! Mine always end up floating into pics while Im taking shots of snails or something lol.
  5. OP

    keegee1012Valued MemberMember

    What kind of Camera do you use? Maybe it scares the fish? X3

    Heh I know how you feel. That's why I love taking photos! And you're lucky your Angels didn't pick on your snails. I used to have snails, The angels just merely picked on them to death, so I gave up on em.

    There are no goldfish in there. Though there is another type of fish in there.
  6. pirahnah3

    pirahnah3Fishlore VIPMember

    Gripped nikon D300 with either a 70-300VR or the 105VR and on occasion the 35 1.8

    Or I could take out the D2X and use the same lenses lol.
  7. OP

    keegee1012Valued MemberMember

    Nice! I've always wanted a nikon camera.

    Lol and maybe its the fish species too that get scared/overly excited over cameras.
  8. pirahnah3

    pirahnah3Fishlore VIPMember

    I doubt it, it seems to be all my tanks run when I pull out the camera haha.

    The camera is nice but its the lenses that I really went after.
  9. TrogdorSlayer22

    TrogdorSlayer22Valued MemberMember

    1 Discus
    6 Angels
    1 Rainbow fish
    1 Gourami

    1 Discus
    6 angels
    2 Rainbows
  10. OP

    keegee1012Valued MemberMember

    Heh Pretty much the same.

    Second one is correct!

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