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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    These photos were uploaded directly from my iphone with the photobucket app, then I used the photobucket tool in our CR editor to get the bbcode/tags for this thread.

    Getting a photo of a clownfish has to be one of the hardest things for any point and shoot (at least for me). With their body movement while swimming it is hard to get a good focus. Anyway here is one of the new picassos I picked up today from @Reef Paradise :

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    A few macros of my gorgonians I took with using the Camera+ app:

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    Another of the Picasso with a neat gorgonian framing/depth of field aspect.
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    Not that great of a pic...but here is my squat lobster holding up a piece of "slime"(?) ...I think in a threatening gesture, he seems to have an attitude:

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    Jim, you got the clowns! Awesome. Glad to hear there is something swimming in your tank again. Great to see you (and Andy) today.

    Nice pics, too!

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    Great pics Jim. That tank looks full.
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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    I appreciate your tips today Don! Hopefully I can put them to some use.

    Andy made me a deal I couldn't refuse on the clowns. Its nice to see some swimming in my tank again...I think I have been fishless for about 3 months!

    The tank is definitely filling up. That one gorgonian in the front is growing like crazy. If anyone wants a frag let me know...I would be happy to trim it.

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    It's wonderful to see fish in your tank again Jim!
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    Thanks Jamie! Nice to have something to watch swim around in there again.

    Here are a couple other iphone shots I took at @Preuss Pets yesterday:

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    Not as good as I hoped...but kept getting bumped into by staff and "paying" customers lol...

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    Very nice!
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    I see that Jim used the Camera+ app and I know they continue to come out with new camera applications, is this still the best one or is there a better one that people are using for taking the fast motion pictures?

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    I see that Jim used the Camera+ app and I know they continue to come out with new camera applications, is this still the best one or is there a better one that people are using for taking the fast motion pictures?
    i use the camera+ app. look at larryandlaurras ocean. the last few pics of the fish on there. They are great shots.

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    Great, thanks for the help!

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