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Yes a longer lens like the canon 2.8F 100mm macro lens would be way better for shrimp photography.

The 2.8F can also be used as a portrait lens.

I have a 100mm and I use it for both portraits and macro photography.

Another worry about taking photos of shrimp close to the glass is that you will magnify any defects in the glass itself, so any algae or scratches on the glass surface will come out in the final photo.
 
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