viktorlantos

Aquascaper
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This journal is kind of messed up and i am not too active these days sorry about that. The tank is still up and running in many different form. :)

Currently this one

21114654830_2e8eebc9b3_b.jpgGreen Aqua Showoom by Viktor Lantos, on Flickr

20932428679_bd77834993_b.jpgGreen Aqua Showroom by Viktor Lantos, on Flickr

This week shot. The water was cloudy a bit right before the weekly water change, and plants will be trimmed this week again to stay low and compact

21472981558_6f05d42413_b.jpgGreen Aqua Showroom by Viktor Lantos, on Flickr

we built this to have a tons of color in there

20715738609_8997159b4a_b.jpgGreen Aqua Showroom by Viktor Lantos, on Flickr

Stil use the same equipments, co2 injections, lighting hours etc.

This is how it looked like 1 hour after the setup on july 9th. So now this is 2 months 2 weeks old. And we're trimming frequently :)

19531658526_c465d80cac_b.jpgGreen Aqua Showroom by Viktor Lantos, on Flickr
 

Paulo Soares

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Wow the tank is almost 4 months old. We built it on a workshop and now we had another one today about aquarium photography.

This is what we did with the visitors today. The scape is done. Acicularis could have been better, but i trimmed this this week as this was not enough tall.

With original water level:

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Photo workshop - final selected images
by viktorlantos, on Flickr

and low water level

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Aquarium photo workshop
by viktorlantos, on Flickr

More photos on the workshop steps here: Workshop series - Aquarium Photography 20130817 - a set on Flickr

The photos are too fresh no really retouching yet. Just contrast and sharpening a little.

The final shots was done with:

ISO 100, 40mm, f11, 1/100
Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 17-40 F4, 2*Bowens 500R, 90*30 Softbox, plastic white background which we backlighted.
Good Evening,

What do you put behind the glass to make that grey effect?

And what bulbs do you have in this layout and photoperiod time?
They are 4 T5 of 39W but in what colour reference? 6500K 4000 ?

Thanks

EDIT:
Never mind. The answer is before ;)
So many Congratulations on your work.

My actual set up of lighting is just equal to this.
 
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viktorlantos

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That is a white background which looks grey if you not illuminate it. Part was as i pushed the light backwards but not equally. This was a test shot only before i shoot with more light
 
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