Saltwatersig's 120 gallon journey

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    A rainbow of colors!
     
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    So vivid and beautiful and clean - can you please label everything?! Just Kidding but I wish I knew the names of everything! How long have you had the nem and has it grown a lot? The clowns must be so happy. Do you plan to add back a clam (but smaller this time)?!
     
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    whats growing up the overflows...blue clove polyp or coraline algae?
     
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    Geneva Thank you , I don't know if I want a clam again since the other one was relocated I love the extra space that was gained .

    Erin They are blue cloves
     
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    Lovely tank, very colorful :)
     
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    Looks amazing, Sergio! I love the aqua-scaping, and the acans in the front right of the tank.
     
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    Looks amazing as always!! Love the nem.
     
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    update time

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    Beautiful pictures. What camera and setup you using? Beautiful acros

    Also i love the little red carpet nem.

    That gold hammer is to die for. Branching or wall? Whered you get it?
     
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    Looking great as always!
     
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    Using my old cannon xti and standard lens

    Hammer is actually neon orange (I can never get it to show actual color with my led lights) and it is branching not wall hammer , acquired through Diablo Corals
     
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    Do you use the camera's flash or just up the lighting intensity of your LEDS?

    I'm always having trouble with not enough light so my shutter speed is super slow on my camera. Can't take pics of my fish.

    Also damn I have to see if Diablo Corals will get any more hammers like yours.
     
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    Increase ISO to be able to shoot in higher shutter speeds. I go upto 1/250s...

    Also custom white balance to 9900K to get better colors under actinics.
     
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    what's that red bugger, 4th picture down? Anemone?
     
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    Amazing blue anemone. If I had a huge tank and better husbandry habits, my first but would be a haddoni
     
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    I love that red nem!
     

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