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    I am still working on this. I need to find the perfect settings for coral and fish and then I can save them as modes on my camera. Also maybe next time I'll turn off all the pumps so I won't have all the specks to mess with. Wonder how they will look through photobucket.. we will see

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    Looks like you might have your pumps on in some of the pics. Try some without the pumps on to avoid the specks/streaks.

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    Jim you are right I did, I am going to try again tonight with my pumps off thanks for the advice!

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    Great looking pics! Where are the polyps hiding?
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    So were these take with an iPhone? Or is iPhoto just a photo editing app?

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    The iPhoto has a photo editing software like photoshop where you can adjust the white balance and exposure etc. I took them with my Canon Rebel T2i.

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    Oh and the zoanthids are kinda easy to photo at least easier for me the. SPS. I will get a picture of the zoas I got from you guys in the next couple days

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heidi View Post
    The iPhoto has a photo editing software like photoshop where you can adjust the white balance and exposure etc. I took them with my Canon Rebel T2i.
    Ahh, that makes sense. I was wondering how you got such nice pic from an iPhone...


    Love the Potter's by the way.

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