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Underwater Photo Contest | Wide Angle - Natural Light (no strobe)

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Cenote Taj Maha
By John Parker
posted (This month)
10 votes

Blue Shark in surface, Cabo San Lucas México
By Alejandro Topete
posted (This month)
10 votes

El Pit Cenote. There is a Hydrogen Sulphide Layer at 27 metres in this Cenote similar to Angelita. The water in the pit is more blue than green ….
By John Parker
posted (This month)
7 votes

under the boat.
By Arun Madisetti
posted (This month)
7 votes

Blue Shark getting up close and personal
By Nick Polanszky
posted (This month)
6 votes

Always beautiful and somewhere around
By Eduard Bello
posted (last week)
6 votes

I was veen watched... Group of squids.
By Eduard Bello
posted (This month)
5 votes

5 meter vis and the water was green. But thanks to photoshop.....
By Kai Steinbeck
posted (This month)
5 votes

Lone Shark
By Henley Spiers
posted (This month)
5 votes

Ritratto di una scena
By Sergio Loppel
posted (last week)
5 votes
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Underwater Photo Contest | Wide Angle - Natural Light (no strobe)

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shots taken using ambient light i.e. unlit by flash or continuous lighting like HID but filters on the lens are allowed if declared
The back side of the wale shark by Yosuke Tsuchida
The back side of the wale shark
0 Votes
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The Yokozuna Fish/ This fish bossing around his territory... by Yosuke Tsuchida
The Yokozuna Fish/ This fish bossing around his territory for more than two decades. Wow! I think protecting his position for more than two decades is enough to say "Yokozuna". I used My TG-3 with INON wide conversion lens and single INTOVA light.
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3 Votes
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... by Sergiy Glushchenko
...
1 Votes
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Cenote light show
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3 Votes
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Ritratto di una scena by Sergio Loppel
Ritratto di una scena
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5 Votes
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Always beautiful and somewhere around by Eduard Bello
Always beautiful and somewhere around
6 Votes
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flash off then black-white conversion by Gaetano Gargiulo
flash off then black-white conversion
2 Votes
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Just Fish - Chevron Barracuda - Sphyraena qenie - Sail Ro... by Stefan Follows
Just Fish - Chevron Barracuda - Sphyraena qenie - Sail Rock, Thailand
4 Votes
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undersun ! by Claude Lespagne
undersun !
3 Votes
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Lone Shark by Henley Spiers
Lone Shark
5 Votes
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5 meter vis and the water was green. But thanks to photos... by Kai Steinbeck
5 meter vis and the water was green. But thanks to photoshop.....
5 Votes
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I was veen watched... Group of squids. by Eduard Bello
I was veen watched... Group of squids.
5 Votes
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Blue Shark in surface, Cabo San Lucas México
10 Votes
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under the boat. by Arun Madisetti
under the boat.
7 Votes
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An iconic Florida Keys scene. Barracuda on the prowl for ... by Michael Freifeld
An iconic Florida Keys scene. Barracuda on the prowl for an easy meal. They're intelligence is very obvious, always calculating and looking for an opportunity to present itself.
4 Votes
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Plastic pollution in our oceans is a serious problem for marine life and eventually for us. This was taken on a bad day in Indonesia when the wind and current brought all the trash in this bay where Manta rays come to feed.
3 Votes
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Blue Shark getting up close and personal by Nick Polanszky
Blue Shark getting up close and personal
6 Votes
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El Pit Cenote. There is a Hydrogen Sulphide Layer at 27 metres in this Cenote similar to Angelita. The water in the pit is more blue than green ….
7 Votes
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Cenote Taj Maha
10 Votes
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Sea turtles on Abu Dabbab Beach. by Sergey Lisitsyn
Sea turtles on Abu Dabbab Beach.
8 Votes
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3 Mantas "chain feeding" at Hanifaru Bay
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13 Votes
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Eagle Ray taken in Cozumel Mexico with Olympus TG-4 by Steve Dolan
Eagle Ray taken in Cozumel Mexico with Olympus TG-4
4 Votes
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Giant Marble ray by Marco Calvani
Giant Marble ray
5 Votes
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Barrel rolling manta
5 Votes
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Just a nice bottom mirroring... by Eduard Bello
Just a nice bottom mirroring...
3 Votes
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Giant Manta Ray - by Alberto Pantaleoni
Giant Manta Ray -
4 Votes
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Flying Fish by Henley Spiers
Flying Fish
10 Votes
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