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silky shark and pilot fish  canon 5D mark III  tokina lens 10 17mm at 15mm  two ikelite subtrobe Ds125  seacam housing.cuba gardens of the queen.
By Noel Lopez
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Underwater Photo Location: Red Sea

Underwater Photo Location: Red Sea

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This was a very nervous scorpion-fish...is was an amazing situation when he got bigger on me!
Facts about Red Sea
  • It is in Egypt
  • Red Sea is in the Red Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.




by Nuno Santos
My Scorpion Fish life makes a movie...

by Yasser Badr
Blue spotted Sting Ray

by Hisham Elshafie
Lion Fish

by Hisham Elshafie
Soft Corol

by Hisham Elshafie
Red Nudibranch

by Hisham Elshafie
Stone fish

by Hisham Elshafie
Star fish

by Hisham Elshafie
Lion Fish

by Hisham Elshafie
Yellow mouth Moray

by Hisham Elshafie
seashells

by Hisham Elshafie
Yellow Goatfish, very close

by Hisham Elshafie
Two Nudibranch

by Hisham Elshafie
Sleeping Fish in Cone Coral

by Hisham Elshafie
Clown Fish

by Hisham Elshafie
Angry Moray Eel,

by Hisham Elshafie
Red Sea

by Hisham Elshafie
Clone fish, taken with Canon G12 Camira

by Hisham Elshafie
Lizardfish, by Canon G12 Camera

by Hisham Elshafie
Redsea, Egypt, Marin life

by Hisham Elshafie
Giannis D wreck

by Hisham Elshafie
Nudibranchia

by Hisham Elshafie
Soft Coral,

by Tobias Friedrich
Two gobies.

by Christian Schlamann
Typical corals in the Red Sea

by Allen Walker
Image taken during a dive on the wreck named "Kingston", Red Sea.

by James Oosthuizen
Wreck in sepia

by Oscar Miralpeix
The Queen of nudis, Spanish dancer. Just posing, no dancing

by Steven Miller
Fast shutter speeds are key for these fast Spinner Dolphins- here 1/640th second

by Steven Miller
Good evening

by Steven Miller
What we do

by Steven Miller
Attendant Pilots

by Steven Miller
Spinner Dolphin pod

by Steven Miller
Red Sea corals

by Steven Miller
Martin free diving with Spinner Dolphin

by Steven Miller
Lesson one with Alex Mustard Red Sea trip- Light Rays

by Steven Miller
Tricky lighting without flash fill

by Steven Miller
Dancing with Dolphins

by Steven Miller
Composing.. Alex Mustard waiting for "the shot" of an Oceanic Whitetip Shark on a late afternoon dive Red Sea

by Steven Miller
Follow the light, when it blinds you have found the right place.

by Steven Miller
Shooter

by Steven Miller
S-Curves.. Clams are nice subjects to work with compared to fast movers like Nudibranchs

by Steven Miller
Pretty.. this image doesn't really fit any of the categories, but I like the colors.

by Steven Miller
Spinners and a lucky snorkeler

by Steven Miller
Twins

by Steven Miller
Fast Pass

by Steven Miller
Over here??

by Steven Miller
Squadron

by Steven Miller
Pod of Spinner Dolphins

by Steven Miller
Big breathe

by Steven Miller
Pilot

by Steven Miller
Swoosh

by Steven Miller
Chaos

by Steven Miller
Pod Panorama

by Steven Miller
Opening

by Steven Miller
Natural shot except for the moon of course :-)

by Steven Miller
Light isn't always color.. even at these distances a strobe can light a white belly, but the color never makes it back to the camera

by Steven Miller
Dolphin rush. They always look slow and easy in still images, but its more like having cars fly by you in the water.

by Steven Miller
Strafe

by Steven Miller
Splash of flash. Taken during Alex Mustards workshop- this image was used for a 2 page spread in Blue Magazine! I like how it shows the relation of color, light, and distance for underwater work.

by Tianhong Wang
FLY TO MOON
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