How does one take a photo of these amazing little eggs that is anything other than an ID shot? They look fantastic in my opinion, but I just can't seem to find a composition that makes for an interesting photo. Here are three examples from last weekend.
In the first shot, I like the out of focus eggs in the background which give some depth and a sense of their multitude, whereas in the second shot I tried to isolate the eggs against darker negative space. Both are nice, and very interesting to me, but for anyone who doesn't know what they are looking at they don't seem to be strong images. In the third shot I tried to establish the context by showing the anemonefish as she was fanning the eggs, but the scale is so different and depth of field inadequate to capture both that I don't think it makes a good photo at all
So how do other people go about this subject?