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    Quote Originally Posted by ATXacrofarmer View Post
    Done, should I expect them tonight? It'll be perfect timing for game night.
    Oh that rate is for the greater Houston area. Your shipping fees are approaching four figures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cody View Post
    Oh that rate is for the greater Houston area. Your shipping fees are approaching four figures.
    That's city discrimination man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cody View Post
    I think most of the folks that lie about the corals are fly by night or individual sellers that use something like eBay as a platform. Kind of hard to track them down.
    i agree cody, I can tell you that some of the big name online sellers like wwc, Jason fox, unlimited coral colors, golden basket... those guys wouldn't have the reputation they have if there stuff was arriving looking completely different. Plus I know first hand they are focused on growing and don't know the first thing about photoshop. The real key to taking photos is being able to white balance under the blue lights. Tell the camera what true white is and it will figure out the rest.
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    Here is an article on white balancing and using an iPhone to correct color temp.

    https://iphonephotographyschool.com/white-balance/
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    Glad I was about to get all these responses from everyone. I am trying to find the right filter so I can take good pictures of my tank whether it is the corals or the fishes. I attached 3 photos. First without any filter, second with camera white balance (10k), third with gel filter. Personally, I think gel filter looks good to my eyes.
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    *** 90 gallon rimless mixed reef tank *** 30 gallon CRYS36S sump *** 2 Vortech MP40QD *** OceanRevive Arctic-T247 LED fixture w/ Marineland hidden blue LED strip *** Reef Octopus BR-70 biopellet reactor *** Reef Octopus 150SSS skimmer *** Aqua Medic Reefdoser Evo 4 *** Current eFlux 6010


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