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Underwater Photo Contest | Wide Angle - Marine Life

18465 Entries Found: Page 1  of  684
wide angle shots with no divers in frame
Striped Marlin in the chase for its next meal!
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Beautiful Turtle while free diving in the Red Sea - Abu Dabbed.
coral head on a spin!
What does a manta ray eat? Well...this... Krill. A manta ray is feasting on the krill gathering in the lightbeams of divelights during a nightdive.
Scorpaena scrofa. I was diving without strobe, but someon... by E&e Lp
by: E&e Lp
Scorpaena scrofa. I was diving without strobe, but someone used his torch to light the scene. The fish didn't like it and swam away. In a reflex I followed it resulting in this "action"-shot. Years later that "light-guy" became my husband. - Els
Feeding Manta in South Ari Atoll, Maldives
We all hate backscatter, but sometimes it adds mystery to... by E&e Lp
by: E&e Lp
We all hate backscatter, but sometimes it adds mystery to a picture. The tiger shark in the background seems to be trying to hide behind the backscatter to ambush the bluefin trevally. Without the backscatter it would look less menacing. - Erik
Ingredients: a soup of plankton, different torches. Recip... by E&e Lp
by: E&e Lp
Ingredients: a soup of plankton, different torches. Recipe: one strong torch at the back of the ship shining down. Put the normal torches in the sand shining up... and wait for the UFO's to appear. No strobe or torch used on the camera, 16mm. - Erik
This lovely creature came right at us and showed interest... by E&e Lp
by: E&e Lp
This lovely creature came right at us and showed interest in my hair. Luckily it did not become a feeding frenzy. It further ignored us and found more pleasure in some soft coral. No additional lenses used so not really wide angle, 1 strobe. - Els
Sea Lion Pup at Coronado Island Mexico
Shot with Canon G7XMKIII in Fantasea housing, dual Inon S2000 strobes and UWL09 Pro wide angle lens.
Wobbegon shark
Purple jellyfish in the red sea.
Kahaluu Beach Park, Big Island, Hawaii
Weever fish have venomous spines
purple
Sea lion in the late afternoon
Green turtle
Kahaluu Beach Park, Big Island, Hawaii
This guy was relaxing on the reef and ignored us more than I've ever seen a turtle do. He was super chill and let us snap some nice shots of him.
Phallusia on nightdive
Kahaluu Beach Park, Big Island Hawaii
Kahaluu Bay, Big Island, Hawaii
Nice corals and fish at the Fury Shoals.
Two eyes on one side..
Turtle swimming under the sun
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True Love
French Angelfish, Big Island, Hawaii
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