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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

Taken by: Paul Colley

Schooling and feeding Indian Mackerel
Schooling and feeding Indian Mackerel by Paul Colley
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Posted: Friday, June 19, 2015- (6/19/2015 5:52:00 AM)
Category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
location: Red Sea Egypt
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message this message is importantI hear them sing! Nice capture
 
Steven
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message thanks, Steven - never even thought of the singing analogy...made me laugh!
 
Paul Colley
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message the Vienna Boy's Choir? smile -seriously, cool image.. I assume these were right on the dome port? never seen them, but I'm assuming they're pretty close with a wide lens?
 
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message No, Steven - I used a 105mm lens (full format camera), because it's not possible to get close enough to these fish with a true wide angle lens. But, as when trying to photograph shy sharks head on, this works for me, producing in effect a wide angle image. You need clear water!
 
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message so glad I asked.. thanks for sharing- maybe someday I'll see these guys!
 
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