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Underwater Photo Location: Sipadan

Underwater Photo Location: Sipadan

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Its Just Fantastic - Turtles guaranteed - baracuda fish balls - feather sea star shrimp
Facts about Sipadan
  • It is in Malaysia
  • Sipadan is in the Celebes Sea.
  • The typical visibility is 30+ Metres 100+ Feet.
Dive types
dayboatshorewallnightdrift

Marine Life
bigsmallsharksturtlescoralshoals

Diving facilities
airnitroxhireinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideanglepfriendly

by Alex Lim
View of Sipadan Water Village Restaurant from my floating villa at Mabul Island

by Kay Burn Lim
Cruising turtle in the blue. Nikon D300, Tokina 10-17 Fisheye, MDX-D300, 2x YS-110 strobes

by Kay Burn Lim
Curls, D300, 60mm Macro AF-S, Woody's diopter

by Miguel Cortés
Spiral.

by Raoul Caprez
Frog fish

by Raoul Caprez
Clown fish defending his anemone

by Raoul Caprez
It's my favourite nudibranch !

by Raoul Caprez
Coral

by Miguel Cortés
Solar eclipse.

by Raoul Caprez
a school of jackfishes

by Carl Gennaro
Turtle

by Miguel Cortés
Shrimp.

by Eric Francis
photogenic hawksbill. Canon 960is ikelite housing and ds51 strobe

by Eric Francis
nice friendly white tip, no cropping or editing this is how it came off the memory card, canon 960is ikelite ds51 strobe

by Eric Francis
a nudi taken on sipadan in borneo, the compacts give amazing colours when pared with a nice big strobe :)canon 960is ikelite ds51 strobe

by Eric Francis
divers going into the abyss at the dropoff sipadan

by Debi Henshaw
The infamous school of Bumphead Parrotfish came cruising by at Sipadan. What a wonderful sight but even better was the crunching noise they made.

by Andre Yanco
There is nothing more abundant in Sipadan then turtles. You can even convince one to pose for you. It will be happy to oblige :)

by Tunc Yavuzdogan
Buddy's...

by Garnet Hooper
Divers in the sun...! Fantastic vis at Sipadan... Taken with a Fuji e900 in an Ikelite housing using natural light and with an INON UFL-165AD Fisheye lens

by Garnet Hooper
Trigger fish defending its nesting area, Sipadan. I still have the teeth marks in my fins from this guy...! Fuji e900 in Ikelite housing with INON UFL-165AD Fisheye lens and Ikelite DS51 substrobe.

by Nicola Stucchi
Turtle swimming in Sipadan. Oly C5060 with two YS-60/S strobes. F 8.0 - T. 1/250 - ISO 100

by Miguel Cortes
Trevally.

by Debi Henshaw
"Just Resting" A snoozing Green Turtle, one of the many on Sipadan :o)

by Debi Henshaw
Curious White Tip taken in Sipadan

by Debi Henshaw
"I need a breath of Fresh Air!"

by David Henshaw
Bumphead Parrotfish at Sipadan. Taken with D200 and 12-24 lens.

by Andre Yanco
Love at first sight ! Nikon D200 with Sigma 15mm Fisheye lens in a Sea&Sea Housing. Twin YS-110 strobes with TTL converter.

by Tony Makin
Whip coral goby

by Andre Yanco
A little bit of scenery.. Nikon D200 with Sigma 15mm fish-eye lens in a Sea&Sea Housing. Twing YS-110 Strobes with TTL converter.

by Tony Makin
Tropical rain storm

by Raoul Caprez
Behind the curtain.

by Rafal Raszewski
Resting turtle.Olympus 8080

by Adriano Trapani
Kaye looking at a ornate ghostpipe fish in Sipadan (Borneo)

by Andre Yanco
An over/under shot of my favourite diving spot SIPADAN ISLAND. Captured via Nikon D200, Sigma 15mm fisheye lens under natural light.

by Andre Yanco
Eye of the beholder :) I tried to create an unusal look from a usual subject. Sipadan has soooo many turtles :) Nikon D200 + 60mm macro with single YS110 strobe connected to TTL converter.

by Afflitti Gianluca
cleaning station

by Taco Cheung
Turtle @ Sipadan

by Jun Lao
Invading Turtle Space Bubble

by James Laker
I love the light in this photo

by James Laker
Turtle Portrait

by James Laker
Ugly

by James Laker
Turtle Portrait II

by James Laker
Soft Coral

by James Laker
Chin Rest!

by James Laker
Mantis

by James Laker
Not another bloody photographer!

by James Laker
Hi Ho,Hi Ho, Its Off To Work We Go

by James Laker
Where's My Buddy Gone?

by James Laker
Angry Titan

by James Laker
Croc

by James Laker
Masked Angelfish

by James Laker
This Napoleon had just eaten an octopus and was making a quick getaway, a tentacle can still be seen hanging out its gills!

by Martin Ferak
Biodensity

by Martin Ferak
Patern

by Benny Frick
A cuttlefish attacking a diver. Or at least it looks like that Check out the fear in the divers eye!

by Benny Frick
This school of green humphead parrotfish had their home in the dive site Barracuda point in Sipadan, Borneo. I used a wide angle 17 mm.

by Michelle Tobin
Nudibranch I have not seen before

by Anton Akhmatov
Sipadan, Clown fish, anemone, nemo

by Oscar Miralpeix
Sipadan Turtle Cavern Nikon D70 + Nikkor 10,5 + 1 s&s 250P

by Oscar Miralpeix
Group of bumphead parrotfish

by Oscar Miralpeix
Crocodile fish portrait

by Hamid Rad
Nudi Icarus.

by Pietro Cremone
Turtle and Jacks

by Hamid Rad
"The Matrix" - The jacks of Sipadan. Canon 600d/Tokina 10-17/Nauticam.

by Pietro Cremone
Lionfish on sponge

by Marcello Di Francesco
Fly !

by Steven Withofs
These little cleaning fish move so fast it takes a lot of patience and some luck to get a focussed shot.

by Steven Withofs
A cuttelfish's eye.

by Steven Withofs
Tiger moray eel

by Pietro Cremone
Jacks in the sun

by Tommi Kokkola
School of barracudas. Sipadan.

by Mohamad Uzair Zaidani Mohamad Kassim
All by Myself ~

by Pietro Cremone
Jacks and sharks

by Manbd Uidive
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