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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
moonstruck - lunar eclipse
Macro Photographer/This is a double exposure of an anemone from Anilao with a photo of me from Cabo San Lucas.
Underwater Fireworks. This is a group of fire urchins, and originally, a very plain shot. I adjusted the highlights, vibrance, and saturation, and rotated it 90 degrees. All done in Lightroom, not Photoshop.
Freediving DYN
Freediving - sport
Aquatlon
Lights will guide you home
"Fading Feeding Grounds" This background is an area that was wiped out by a hurricane because of our actions making storms stronger. I thought it would be a strong setting for the sharks, which are also disappearing because of our actions.
l'elettrico
Fitness
“Aquatic gumball machine” Green Sea Turtle taken in Turtle Cove in St. Thomas.
Alien on a remote planet
Jelly Cassiopea andromeda traveling to Andromeda galaxy
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Jelly Cassiopea andromeda traveling to Andromeda galaxy
Stowaways traveling the Universe
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“Alien Octopod” Octopus is really from St. Thomas, but I’ve always thought they looked liked something from another world.
two calves and an adult. tweaked and desaturated (image under permit)
Playing with colors
“Two Way Traffic” this is the actual image, but with colors enhanced to show the two species of Seargent Major Damselfish and Ballyhoo, traveling in opposite directions. Taken with Olympus TG-4
Finswimming
Leopard Nudibranch & Schooling Jacks (in camera double exposure)
Calendar 2019,Mexico
Calendar 2019, Mexico
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An angel is watching over us. Model: mermaid Nyxe, TODI, Belgium.
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Reverence.
Young adult male humpback poses for a shot.
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