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#1 Some Killies shots ...
AQUASAUR Posted on: 2006/10/27 3:44
Hello Everybody ! Best regards from Sofia- BULGARIA!
(Does anybody know where is that Beautiful country… )
My name is Hristo Hristov.
I found this site, by Google, looking for information about some Nothobranchius variety…
I’m not “big” Killies breeder and keeping these fishes only for pleasure….
One of my favorite hobbies since last year is aquatic-photography,
and I really have fun trying to frame my aqua-pets in the best look they have…
Now it’s turn to my Killies, and hope You will be glad to enjoy my photos series of them…
I will begin with those two Killies specimens of the Nothobranchius family -
Nothobranchius Rachovii "Kruger National Park"
and Nothobranchius Rachovii Beira '98
Nothobranchius Rachovii - Kruger N. Park
Nothobranchius Rachovii Beira '98
and here are a two detailed fragments to make some comparison:
#2 Re: Some Killies shots ...
DaveH Posted on: 2006/10/31 6:16
Absolutely stunning photograohs. Thank you for sharing these pictures. I would be interested in what type of equipment you use to take these beautiful shots.
#3 Re: Some Killies shots ...
AQUASAUR Posted on: 2006/11/21 14:43
My camera is CANON 350D + two of my favorite lenses:
EF 50 mm/f2.5 Compact-Macro and EF 50 mm. f/1.8 II
For more of the shots I used the camera’s flash with diffuser or putting externally Speedlite 430EX over the tank,
for some of them – the tank lightning.
#4 Re: Some Killies shots ...
AQUASAUR Posted on: 2006/11/22 3:49
That’s one snapping close up from this evening:
I’m curious to hear your opinion about the Killies “teeth” – is it the real teeth…or something like that…?
Does the every different Killies specimen have its specific teeth configuration…?
#5 Re: Some Killies shots ...
AQUASAUR Posted on: 2006/11/24 12:20
Hey,Pals,I got a problem to post another photos…!?
And why I can’t edit my upper posts…!?
#6 Re: Some Killies shots ...
Posted on: 2006/11/24 12:32
You can only edit your posts for a limited period after initially posting them. You will have to post a new message.
While I'm here, could I suggest that you reduce the size of your images to, say, about 500 pixels wide (i.e. about 7" wide as 72 pixels per inch, screen resolution)? Your photos are very nice but they are very large and so a slow to load.
#7 Re: Some Killies shots ...
lharper Posted on: 2006/11/24 15:04
I just obtained a new monitor (my old one was 13 inch and colors were off and on), the new one is 17 inch LCD and your pictures are outstanding on this monitor. They load fast and the colors and details are great. Thanks for sharing them with us.
#8 Re: Some Killies shots ...
AQUASAUR Posted on: 2009/5/16 16:57
Here is one of my new Killi Persons...
[B]Nothobranchius furzeri MZCS 08-122 "Bala-Bala"[F2][/B]
Nothobranchius furzeri 3.jpg (0.00 KB)
#9 Re: Some Killies shots ...
AQUASAUR Posted on: 2009/5/16 16:59
He is even smiling sometimes...especially when I feed him with fresh living meal(Cyclops)...
#10 Re: Some Killies shots ...
khunsuckle Posted on: 2009/6/13 0:36
Hristo has been blessing us at the DKA site with his photos for a while now. His work is absolutely outstanding. By far one of the best aquarium photography hobbiest I have ever seen. The shots he entered for the 2009 convention were awsome.
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