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I got pretty close to this reef shark! I shot it with a Canon SD700.
Reef Shark in the Turks & Caicos with Canon SD700
I took this without strobe with a Canon SD700
Taken in natural light with canon SD700 & underwater housing.
Are You Looking at me? Grouper stares back at me. Shot with a Canon SD700 with underwater housing.
Whatcha Lookin' At? A digital fine art recreation combining several underwater photos taken in the Turks & Caicos using natural light. I then combined the images and added filters in photoshop.
Rush Hour on the reef. Natural light no strobe with Canon SD700
Manta Ray in the Turks & Caicos.
French Angelfish taken with a Canon SD700 digital elph with underwater housing using a custom white balance setting.
Whale Shark. I was swimming along the wall and looked out to sea and there he was, right beside me! Shot with a Canon S400 digital camera with no flash (I set the custom white white balance).
Face to Face: This is a combination of 3 different photos that I composed in photoshop. I added a few filters to give a more surreal effect. I used a Canon s400 digital elph with an external strobe and underwater housing.
This is a combination of three photos that I took with my Canon S400 Digital Elph. I used an external strobe. I layered them in photoshop to create my own abstract view of patterns found under the sea.
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