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Question this message is importanthi, i am new to this forum, i was hoping anybody here would be able to help me. i came across a website in the last couple of months of an underwater photographer but i cannot find it anymore. its such a long shot but i have nothing to lose.
the website was very interactive, the pictures would take up the whole screen (no margins), the menus (petite and minimal) would be on top of the pictures. and you would scroll and zoom is as well. he has different galleries but what stuck to me the most were the macros shots that he had, they were unbelievable. and super detailed, you would never believe it was possible to look that close. does this ring a bell to anybody?
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