hotography, for me, is a real passion. And like anything
involving passion, when you continue to tinker and
experiment, you learn new things. Over the years, this
process has helped me formulate various methods to reach
my desired goal with any given final image.
Currently, I have 23 tanks of assorted sizes housing close
to 3,000 gallons (about 11,500 liters) of water. It’s all valuable
fish real estate that I parcel out based on two things: the fish’s
ability to breed and its willingness to “pose” for the camera.
If it isn’t doing either, its “glass apartment” is reduced in
size, and likely it will eventually be traded or sold for a more
committed team player.
Good photography, like any craft,
comes down to how well you understand
and use your tools.
Black skirt tetras in one of the author’s photo tanks.