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Store the salt water or freshwater from your fish tank. (Photo By Angie's List)
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These are my fish tanks as of now! Sorry for the bad-ish photos: my phone was not very kind to me tonight, and I don’t have a good camera right now.
Moshe Cohen's photo of his outstanding 200g Reef Tank. Moshe has managed to accumulate a terrific variety of corals and fish in this display.
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As for tips from me... I'm no expert, but I have taken some decent shots of my own reef aquarium. Mine is only 4' long though... and I'm drooling thinking about 10'. I assume, this tank should be lit with (I'm guessing) 250 or 400 watt metal halide lighting. (Assuming it's a reef tank, and not a "fish only" tank.) Probably at least 5 of these bulbs over the tank, to get an even spread of light. You don't really NEED any extra studio strobes for tank only and fish/invertebrate/coral shots, although you can get some really creative results with them. I prefer to keep it simple, but thats how my photos look as well... simple and plain. The strobes and hot shoe flash will be of use to get a nice "full room" shot to balance the aquarium lighting intensity which will be much brighter than the ambiant in the room. Meter for the tank, and fill in the room with the strobes. I have photographed different type of fish in different tanks, with or without flash, through the surface of the water or through glass.
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If you want to capture photographs or videos of otherworldly environments without using any computer generated imagery, one way is to create miniature worlds in your garage using a fish tank and salt water (a technique that has been used in numerous Hollywood movies). The video above is a tutorial on this trick by filmmaker and visual effects guru .

The basic idea is to fill up a large fish tank with both heavy salt water and lighter fresh water… without having them mix. You can do this with the help of a large trash bag; simply pour in the salt water, place the bag on the surface, pour on the fresh water, and slowly remove the bag. We love aquairum tanks and we made a video about all freshwater aquairum fish species. Time of this video 39;09. You will see all freshwater fish species in this video.

Species of freswater aquairum fish:
1 American Cichlids (Cichlasomas, acaras,angelfish, discuses
and others)
2 Barbs
3 Catfish
4 Cold-Water Cyprinids
5 Other Cyprinids
6 Danios And Other Danionins
7 Darters:
8 Dwarf Cichlids (Apistogrammas, rams and others)
9 Gar
10 Gobies
11 Hatchetfish
12 Headstanders
13 Killifish
14 Labyrinth fish
15 Lake Malawi Cichlids
16 Lake Tanganyika Cichlids
17 Live-Bearers
18 Loaches And Related Cypriniformes
19 Miscellaneous African Cichlids (Non-Rift Lake)

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saltwater aquarium fishWatch the fish in the tank for a while before you start photographing. Observe how they swim around so you’ll be able to predict their movements and figure out their favorite hiding places. Getting good shots of fish is all about being in the right place at the right time.So why a photo aquarium? Besides giving your scaly pal a beautiful new vista, it’s a great way to freshen up your home or apartment. Or surprise a friend and dress up his fishtank for the holidays!