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Underwater Photo Contest | Creative - Manipulated (Photoshopped)

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Shots that have been digitally edited outside of the camera for creative reasons (not brightness/contrast etc.) in a program like PhotoShop
Natural shot except for the moon of course :-)
"Leaves In the Fall" part of my Underwater Surrealism series. Fall background taken in South Park Colorado
"Bobtail Mine" part of my Underwater Surrealism series. The image is referencing how these animals burry themselves. The background is of an abandoned Mine in the Colorado Mountains
a 4 ft. dome and willingness to get in at night with whitetips would be necessary for this perspective.. I don't have either :-) just photoshop on a rainy day
Final RoundThrough to 2015 awards final round judging
Pod Panorama
"Clownfish Circus" part of my Underwater Surrealism series
"Sweet-dancer-lipps": composed from rapid shot-burst of the same specimen. Very small and very crazy swimmer...shot in Tulamben
Pandora's boxfish
Big breathe
Pod of Spinner Dolphins
'Mermaid Mess'
Dragging a slow shutter at 1/25th second allowed a nice low 200 ISO, but the softness works best small.. was hoping the diver sharp would pull it together. Still not sure :-)
Happy Thanksgiving! -almost a full moon tonight
Spinners and a lucky snorkeler
Composing.. Alex Mustard waiting for "the shot" of an Oceanic Whitetip Shark on a late afternoon dive Red Sea
Dancing with Dolphins
Red Sea corals
What we do
A close-up turned into Blach & White
The rare times the sea does not give you a story to photograph you create it your self just by breathing! Underwater breath. Shot with Subal housing, Nikon D800e & Iklelite DS161 strobes.
A mantis shrimp peeping out of its hiding place before making a dash for the nearby rocks.
Salt pier B/W, Nauticam housing, Tokina 10-17MM, Sea & Sea strobes
"Flounder Desert" part of my Underwater Surrealism series. This image is referencing the animals habitat in the ocean in sandy areas and placed into The Great Sand Dunes of Colorado
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