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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Tasman Sea

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Ragged tooth sand tiger shark (one of many) at Nelson Bay
enjoying the winter sun...
"waxy" the skin of those sea-horses is like wax
Dragon approach...
Tokina 10-17 @17 with 3 strobes to create a shadow free macro image
"staring at the sun"
"The sun kisses the beautiful..." trying to add the sun-bursts into the macro :-) my sun is a 4th strobe...
that is her place...
color-burst (105micro + macromate 2x) no crop
"under an artificial sun" playing with more than 2 strobes (5 in this case)
Polycera capensis, Nelson Bay.
To enhance the glowing I used a UV illumination system that I designed
Nembrotha lineolata, Nelson Bay
"relaxing after sex" I caught this fellow mating, I took shots during the mating, when they have done, this one (the male by the position of the tentacles during the mating) was so tired that left me take several pictures without moving
playing with the wide-angle at night (tokina 10-17 +1.4x kenko pro @11mm)
Rose Tetal Bubble Shell in Nelson Bay Australia
Close up Weedy Seadragon, in Bare Island, Sydney, Australia.
"Fade to black"...
"fish" rocket" I guess that this little fellow was trying the kill its reflex in my dome... there was current and the dust lifted really seems the cloud left behind from a rocket to me...:-)
just a leather jacket...
The diagonal swimmer :-)
A wild seascape over/under my partner and I shot using my homemade 18" lens port.
"Fade to Black"
No weird PS tricks, this guy was hiding between pylons that acted like natural snoots. I left intentionally the scattering on the body of the fish to enhance the fading... hope you like it
It was a split second and this is the only shot that I was able to take of the angler snatching a snack... poor pipefish
using a twin YS250 pro with snoots I achieved the full belack background with a lit subject... lens: tokina 10-17 +kenko 1.4x @14
821 Entries Found: Page 10  of  31

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