Pictures of my tanks.

Discussion in 'Members Fish Tanks' started by fryt, Dec 7, 2012.

  1. frytNew MemberMember

    Here is a couple pictures of my tanks. The one with the blue substrate is my 36g bowfront tank in the family room. Notice the Dora the Explorer and Sponge Bob decorations that my kid had to have!

    The one with the black substrate is our 20g tank upstairs.

    Upstairs tank.jpg

    On a side note what do some of you use to capture pictures. I've seen some amazing looking pictures and I'm not sure if it's just me using an old digital camera/phone that is not allowing the pictures to come out the way I would like.
  2. freak78Well Known MemberMember

    Like your tank's, they look really good.
  3. pkeevesValued MemberMember

    i like the 20 gallon, driftwood piece really sets it off. nicely done
  4. chevyguy8893Well Known MemberMember

    Beautiful tanks! I love the organization and flow of the layouts between the plants and driftwood. Nice work.

    For photos that come out fairly decent, I use my phone (galaxy nexus) for most of the shots because of the fast shutter speed (mostly stock camera app, or camera 360 app from time to time for easy edits:)). For macro shots I use my outdated point-and-shoot digital camera. The amazing looking shots generally come from DSLR cameras on here, too rich for my blood though :(.
  5. AlanGreeneWell Known MemberMember

    They look really nice man, congratz :D
  6. ZiggiWell Known MemberMember

    Nice :) Sponge bob now has a treehouse! Thats fun! :D

    I use my phone (Droid Charge) or my Sony Handycam for pics and videos. I'm dying to get a DSLR camera.
  7. monkeypie102Well Known MemberMember

    I use my Toshiba Thrive tablet for my photos... I want a DSLR but college costs come first :/

    Great tanks btw... the 20 is my favorite!
  8. raptorsvt79Well Known MemberMember

    in the first tank are they all real plants?
  9. frytNew MemberMember

    No in the first tank it's a mixture of fake plants and real. I've slowly been converting it to an all real planted tank.

    I've taken pictures with both my 5+ year old digital camera and my RAZR and the ones from my RAZR tend to turn out best.