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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
South end of a North facing Angle fish. Just fading into the water as it swims away. Taken at Butler Bay, St. Croix.
closeup anemone
In the mirror
Jawfish was taken in the Lembeh Strait (Indonesia). Reflectios in the water are real and were photographed in the swimming pool before sunset (Rubik´s cube)
Swimming pool
Crocodile fish on great barrier reef
Flying Turtle
Reflections of life ..
When you are your own enemy
Yellow Longlure frogfish
Double exposure
Yellow Longlure frogfish (Antennarius multiocellatus)
"Hidden Crocodile" image is playing off the name and the look of the fish.
Colpodaspis thompsoni, size: 3mm
A family of squids captured during a night dive.
Slight editing of highlights and contrast.
The Grinch Sea
Caribbean Batfish
Ringneck blenny popping out of a hole. Modified with a spin effect. Nikon D90, 105mm, ISO 500, f/8, 1/80s. Ikelite housing and single, snooted DS51 strobe.
Shall we look for a new home?
“Endless Anemone” Taken with Olympus TG-4
Shark anatomy
Butterfly taken in Bermuda with Olympus TG-4
Flamingo Tongue Snail on Sea Fan in St. Thomas USVI Taken with Olympus TG-4
Water droplets
“Looking down” taken at Coki beach St. Thomas USVI with Olympus TG-4
Stop killing sharks
Hairy squat lobster on a tree (a mistaken identity of a giant barrel sponge)
Mirror mirror on the wall, who is the most beautiful jawfish of them all!!!
Yellowhead Jawfish(opistognathus aurifrons) double exposure
Nikon D7200
Retra snoot
F14.0 1/320 ISO160
Memories of Cayman islands
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