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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

Taken by: Iyad Suleyman

"All-seeing eye"
No Photoshop
Results of Workshop with ...
"All-seeing eye"
No Photoshop
Results of Workshop with ... by Iyad Suleyman

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Posted: Monday, June 4, 2012- (6/4/2012 6:49:00 AM)
Category: Wide Angle - Close Focus
location: Red Sea Egypt
message Pls tell us how did it with pefect focus on small eye !! smile
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message Hi Alex!
The subject was very quiet and I could settle down against it. So my position for shooting was quite suitable. I pointed the focus exactly on the eye and made the shot with zooming by holding my camera fast, by the way in my Subal housing the Zooming gear is very handily...
And of course I couldn't make this trick without Rico's Besserdich tips and little practise after...
I used Nikkor 16-35mm; ISO 100, F22, 1/6
Cheers, Iyad smile

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message Great !! Thank you Iyad
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message My pleasure smile
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message Very nice, well done!!!! OMG
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