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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

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Lava Tubes
Lava Tubes by Glenn Storey
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Posted: Sunday, October 16, 2011- (10/16/2011 10:08:00 PM)
Category: Wide Angle - Close Focus
location: Pacific Solomon islands
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message This is an interesting image. I like the wide angle. There really needs to be more light from the photographers side
It looks as though there is a diver behind with a torch. One strobe might have enhanced this image. The clarity seems to be off and that also would be better if there was more lighting.

The composition is good and the subject is very interesting, looks like there might be quite a bit of good reef where this was taken. The light behind the the coral kinda takes away from the picture, maybe a spot remover might make this a better image. Keep shooting and submitting we love seeing divers and photographers working hard to perfect their shooting abilities!
 
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