Unless you were one of the few dozen captive bred fish brought to ReefStock, chances are you didn’t get to see the show from a fisheye lens. The tight crowds made it difficult to capture how densely packed the floor was with people. corals and exhibits but ReefStock photograper Adam Knudson of Devo Photography brought his trusty fisheye lens so we could all take in the view like a fish. Many more pictures after the break.
A view across the short end of the Nautilus ballroom which was only 50 feet long.
Many of the coral frag tanks were two people deep and several farmers sold all of their frags at the show.
The LED lighting demo served double duty as illumination for the raffle table, half of the prizes had already been awarded at this point.
The AcanLighting A102 was one of the few LEDs sporting a conventional aquarium light form factor.
The Dive Lounge and bar attached to the Nautilus ballroom made a nice place to retreat with a cocktail
Lots of captive raised and captive bred fish from Sustainable Aquatics
Chris Jung does the Supaman
I think we’ve made it clear how avant-garde the unibody LED+T5 light is
The Nautilus Ballroom where ReefStock was held was absolutely packed with people, it was very loud in there.
Jet-setting Tina from Wet Thumb frags was bagging up frags as fast as she could
Looking down only one side of the sprawling coral vending row
John Ciotti handling the Photon Canon (Unless you’re Mike in which case this is a Photon Canonne)
A view of the Seashine LIFI lighting up one of the ReefScape tanks before it was ‘scaped.
Pat and Steve discuss how much they like European water pumps 😉
This frag tank was one of the few using metal halides, a form of lighting which will probably become disallowed at future frag vending events