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Battle coral PC rainbow

ofzakaria

Supporting Member
I will be fraging my BC PC rainbow today and will put 2 frags on the DBTC. This is bit sensitive piece, so I would like to pass the frags to someone who have good long term success keeping acros..
Same earlier DBTC rules applies.

I should have the frags ready and healed in a week or so..
 

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ofzakaria

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So tempting. This may force me to redo one of my rock structures to make more acro room...
nice offering! Again!
Man do it. Would love to pass you couple high end frags. I will put more on DBTC cause am making space for new arrivals.
Will have frags BC superman, Bkchem dr. Seuss, my efflo and the raja rampage....
Enticed enough? Lol
 

sfsuphysics

BOD
Staff member
Pictures almost never show off the true colors of the coral (whether for the good or bad), I've noticed that deep blues are almost impossible to pick up on a camera. My torts (from Bennett to Cali) have always looked kind of meh washed out blue, ditto for Palmer's millepora. But I don't do any post-processing of photos anymore, no time
 

ofzakaria

Supporting Member
Pictures almost never show off the true colors of the coral (whether for the good or bad), I've noticed that deep blues are almost impossible to pick up on a camera. My torts (from Bennett to Cali) have always looked kind of meh washed out blue, ditto for Palmer's millepora. But I don't do any post-processing of photos anymore, no time
Same here. My pictures is phone raw pics. I hate any type of post edit which is so common...:(
 

sfsuphysics

BOD
Staff member
I used to do a simple photoshop color balance to pictures, which largely kept the pictures true to color, it simply got rid of the "washed out" glare that typically comes from taking photos of relatively dark objects in a very bright environment. But that was years ago, and yeah, too much time to do it. I'm not a huge fan of cell phone shots because there's no white balance (at least on my phone) in fact the highest color temp I can set my phone to is 10,000K I think.
 

ofzakaria

Supporting Member
I used to do a simple photoshop color balance to pictures, which largely kept the pictures true to color, it simply got rid of the "washed out" glare that typically comes from taking photos of relatively dark objects in a very bright environment. But that was years ago, and yeah, too much time to do it. I'm not a huge fan of cell phone shots because there's no white balance (at least on my phone) in fact the highest color temp I can set my phone to is 10,000K I think.
I wish I can learn how to take decent pictures..i really do
 

ofzakaria

Supporting Member
Oh maybe a session on taking pictures can be a good club activity. I would love to have such learning
 

NanoCrazed

Supporting Member
Easiest quick fix is a truvu lens clip or similar. Comes out a bit too orange at times and hides green details... but works decently enough. Sometimes I use a yellow filter too
 

ofzakaria

Supporting Member
Easiest quick fix is a truvu lens clip or similar. Comes out a bit too orange at times and hides green details... but works decently enough. Sometimes I use a yellow filter too
I have tried all the clip on filters they showed worst pictures when i used it...
 
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