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Rhinomuraena quaesita. I was inpired by Francisco Sedano's work and learn how to use the fractalius plugins on my ribbon eel photo, so I here the electric eel ...
By Sofia Tenggrono
posted (Last month)
4 votes

ghostpipefish
fractal filter technique
By Lars Oliver Michaelis
posted (This month)
4 votes

Common prawn.
Like Sofia Tenggrono, I was also inspired by Francisco Sedano's photoshop technique.
By Mehmet Salih Bilal
posted (This month)
3 votes

Thorny seahorse.
By Mehmet Salih Bilal
posted (This month)
3 votes

Goby after postprocessing with Fractal filter.
By Mehmet Salih Bilal
posted Yesterday
3 votes

Rhinopia eschmeyeri.
By Mehmet Salih Bilal
posted (This month)
1 votes

Too Many Fish in the Sea! (Panamic Porkfish)/Photographed with a Canon 100 mm macro lens at Cabo San Lucas and converted to black-and-white
By Laurie Slawson
posted (2 days ago)
0 votes

Fractal image of a female common seahorse/Photographed with a Canon 60 mm macro lens at Lembeh, Indonesia.
By Laurie Slawson
posted 15:58 CST Today (1 hour ago)
0 votes

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Underwater Photo Contest | Creative - Manipulated (Photoshopped)

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Fractal image of a female common seahorse/Photographed with a Canon 60 mm macro lens at Lembeh, Indonesia.
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Goby after postprocessing with Fractal filter.
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Too Many Fish in the Sea! (Panamic Porkfish)/Photographed with a Canon 100 mm macro lens at Cabo San Lucas and converted to black-and-white
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ghostpipefish
fractal filter technique by Lars Oliver Michaelis
ghostpipefish
fractal filter technique
4 Votes
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Rhinopia eschmeyeri.
1 Votes
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Thorny seahorse.
3 Votes
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Common prawn.
Like Sofia Tenggrono, I was also inspired by Francisco Sedano's photoshop technique.
3 Votes
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Rhinomuraena quaesita. I was inpired by Francisco Sedano'... by Sofia Tenggrono
Rhinomuraena quaesita. I was inpired by Francisco Sedano's work and learn how to use the fractalius plugins on my ribbon eel photo, so I here the electric eel ...
4 Votes
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"Lion Hunter" part of my Underwater Surrealism body of work. Lionfish are ambush predators. This image is re-imagining how they would be on land like actual lions in Africa.
2 Votes
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Napoleon Wrasse/Photographed with a Tokina 10-17 mm fisheye lens at Elphinstone, Red Sea, Egypt
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Crown jellyfish/Photographed with a Tokina 10-17 mm fisheye lens at Elphinstone, Red Sea, Egypt and converted to black-and-white
7 Votes
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Happy New Year
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"Turtle Farm" part of my Underwater Surrealism body of work. Turtles grow algae and other organisms on their shells. To remove these things, they go to cleaning stations to have fish eat these growths like a farm on their backs.
2 Votes
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Oceanic whitetip shark/Photographed with a Tokina 10-17 mm fisheye lens at Elphinstone, Red Sea, Egypt and converted to black-and-white.
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Spearing Mantis, Lysiosquillina lisa, Lembeh (background removed in Photoshop)
10 Votes
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Underwater Fireworks/Photographed with a Canon 60 mm macro lens at Lembeh, Indonesia and manipulated in Lightroom and Photoshop for effects
7 Votes
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"Yellow Ray Fall" Stingrays often conceal themselves under sand, coral heads, or anything they can to hide from predators. This image used the fall aspen leaves to reference how they hide and the name of the animal: The Yellow Stingray.
6 Votes
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Purple nudi by Caner Candemir
Purple nudi
10 Votes
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"Snapper Fall" part of my Underwater Surrealism body of work. The massive school of these blue stripped snapper resembled the changing leaves of fall.
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13 Votes
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"Dragon Cave (Leafy Sea Dragon)" part of my Underwater Surrealism body of work
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Twirling Moorish Idols/Inverted and twirling added to photograph that also was converted to black-and-white
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Parallel Worlds
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Simplicity by Morgan Riggs
Simplicity
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date posted posted: Wednesday, September 18, 2019
date posted category: Creative - Manipulated (Photoshopped)
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Interstellar by Morgan Riggs
Interstellar
3 Votes
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date posted posted: Tuesday, September 17, 2019
date posted category: Creative - Manipulated (Photoshopped)
date posted location: Indonesia
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"Bat Fish Night" part of my Underwater Surrealism body of work. This image is referencing their common name: the Bat Fish.
8 Votes
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"Maldivian Orange Tree" part of my Underwater Surrealism body of work. Image is playing off the bright orange color of the Maldivian Clownfish. Like most plants and trees, these fish are endemic, they are only found in the Maldives
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"Weedy In the Weed" the Weedy Sea Dragon hides and lives near shore using the weeds for camouflage. The house represents where to find them near shorlines and the thistle references the protection the weeds offer.
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4 Votes
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