Photo Gallery Spotlight: Juvenile Mystery Wrasse, Pseudocheilinus oscellatus
Welcome to the Photo Gallery Spotlight. Each month we'll showcase a particularly nice aquarium photograph, taking the time to discuss the identification and husbandry of the animal pictured as well as information relating to the technical details of how the photo was taken. Readers are encouraged to send images (and details on the organisms pictured, as well as the details of how they captured the shot) they would like to submit for possible inclusion in this feature to firstname.lastname@example.org . If your submission is selected for use in the magazine, you will receive an item from the reefs.org or advancedaquarist.com store equal to $25 or less.
Photograph of a juvenile Mystery Wrasse (Pseudocheilinus oscellatus) in captivity. The fish's total length measures less than 1 inch. Objects within the frame such as the foreground mushroom and tiny feather duster tubes show reference of scale.
- Date/Time 12-Jun-2003 19:14:18
- Make Nikon
- Model D1x
- Flash Used Nikon SB-50DX w/ softbox
- Focal Length 60 mm
- Exposure Time 1/60 sec
- Aperture f/5
- ISO Equivalent 160
- Exposure Bias +1
- White Balance custom
- Metering Mode matrix (5)