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Underwater Photo Location: Umbria Wreck

Underwater Photo Location: Umbria Wreck

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Brilliant dive site with lots of interest. Don't miss the three cars in cargo hold. Try not to pick up and shake the bombs....they are all still live !!

You can get great shots of the bridge by shootong down from the top....light is better than trying to shoot upwards.

This is an amazing night dive. There are sleeping parrot fish everywhere, lots of clown fish, shrimp, nudis, etc. My fav night dive in the Red Sea.
Facts about Umbria Wreck
  • It is in Sudan
  • Umbria Wreck is in the Red Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
Liveaboardwrecknight

Marine Life
smallcoral


Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Jackie Campbell
Easter Sunday on the Umbria !! Everyone wanted easter eggs !!

by Jackie Campbell
Bombs on the Umbria !! Slow shutter speed and a little camera movement !!Canon Ixus 980, fisheye lens and manual WB. I wanted a different photo of the bombs and tried a couple of this type of shot...This was my favourite. No PS

by Jackie Campbell
Bridge of the Umbria wreck in Sudan taken with manual wb and natural light. Canon ixus 100 and inon fisheye lens.

by Jackie Campbell
Clown fish on the Umbria.

by Jackie Campbell
Clown fish are much easier to photograph at night when they are a lot less active. This one was taken on a night dive on the wreck of the Umbria in Sudan. Canon ixus 100 and d2000 strobe. Slight crop.

by Jackie Campbell
Parrot fish on the Umbria at night. Canon ixus 100 and d2000 strobe.

by Jackie Campbell
Bow of the Umbria. Looks better in B&w than in colour. Canon ixus 100 and fisheye lens with mwb.

by Jackie Campbell
Parrot fish portrait. Difficult to photograph during the day, parrot fish make great subjects as night falls and they begin to settle for the night. This one was photographed on the wreck of the Umbria at the start of a night dive.

by Jackie Campbell
Three Fiat cars on the wreck of the Umbria. They are quite hard to light up with a single strobe. Ixus 100 and single inon d2000 strobe.

by Jackie Campbell
Prom deck of the Umbria in Sudan. Canon ixus 100, fisheye lens and mwb.

by Carol Cox
Nemo's Dad

by Leena Roy
Fiat cars in the wreck of the Umbria

by Leena Roy
Diver in wreck of Umbria

by Alberto D'este
Goby

by Leena Roy
Diver in the wreck of the Umbria

by Stepan Reshetnikov
Galactic worlds

by Oxana Kamenskaya
The Umbria. Port Sudan.

by Oxana Kamenskaya
The Umbria.

by Oxana Kamenskaya
SS Umbria, inside.

by Raffaele Livornese
Umbria wreck, inside restaurant
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