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Lighting fish in tank

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Hi Guys,

I am thinking of undertaking a project that revolves around natures lines and one of my initial thoughts was one or more tropical fish the type with lines down their bodies. Obviously they would need photographed in the tank and i was wondering to have their colour brought to the fore i was thinking of a black background behind the tank but would light work from the front or would it just show up in the image when it hits the glass? Is there another was to light the subject?

Regards

Scott

 


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