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Goldfish photos are important to us all

Goldfish photos don’t often come out. Just at the time of the shot, the fish moves or the moving water blurs the picture. The perfect shot is always just out of reach. The light, natural or man made causes a reflection that ruins the photo. The list goes on, however, we all want photos of our fish for sharing and remembering. The breeders and sellers often hire pros for the job, however, that’s  a lot of money to spend

Here’s my secrete to taking amazing photos of my fish. Photos I can be proud of, even though I’m not a professional

Out of one hundred shots, one photo is going to be awesome. If not, try something different. Turn the pumps off. Change the lighting, however, if the fish get scared, leave them alone until they’ve relaxed, and gotten used to the change. Patience is a virtue. I typically take a few samples, and pull them up on my computer. If I like them, I take close to a hundred pictures. There’s bound to be a great photo or two in the batch

Art of Goldfish is a collection of my favorite photos, that some might consider as bad

Goldfish Types

By | 2019-04-01T14:24:28-05:00 October 29th, 2016|Categories: Default Category|Tags: , , , |

Goldfish Types are growing in numbers Buy the book Goldfish types are growing in numbers due to demand. What started as a simple common goldfish has now started a major industry including goldfish of all colors and body types. Descendants of the gibel carp have been swimming upstream in China's icy cold rivers for centuries upon centuries; the 'goldfish' bred for it magnificent beauty; its brilliant coloration and splendid size, developing into a wide range of variations of the species Single tailed varieties of goldfish  Single tail varieties of goldfish include the common, the comet and the shubunkin which are similar in body shape, easily housed together, and are the hardiest of the species. These goldfish are fast and sleek. They grow quicker and live longer than the fancy variety Double tailed varieties of goldfish Include the wakin, jikin Double tail with dorsal fin varieties goldfish Varieties of goldfish include the fantail, black moor, panda moor, veiltail, demekin, ryukin, pompom, telescope, oranda, pearlscale, ranchu; these fancy goldfish are more delicate and demand pristine water conditions; they are also prone to digestive and swim bladder issues Double tail with no dorsal fin varieties of goldfish Include the bubble eye, celestial, ranchu, lionhead, eggfish Upon public demand, the variety list will continue to grow. Over the years goldfish have become more complex in body shape, however, this has led to serious health issues. Some have bodies that are short and deep; almost contorted. These fish experience a higher rate of floating issues that lead to organ failure. To date, the longest living ryukin we've seen here at gfe has been eight years; kept in a healthy ecosystem, and fed a healthy diet, whereas the longest living comet was fifteen years old at the time of death. The comet was kept in a less than healthy environment Oranda pom pom Telescope Ryukin Butterfly moor Fantail Pearlscale Ranchu Veiltail Black moor Lionhead Comet Common Shubunkin Bristol shubunkin Goldfish emergency wishes to thank all of the members that have contributed to our site with photographs of their goldfish for our varieties of goldfish article Goldfish, the Real Story Fancy Goldfish All rights reserved Author: Brenda Rand

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