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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Tasman Sea

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I stacked two wet lenses to make this portrait of pygmy pipe-horse fish
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Mu mum said I am beautiful!!!
green is the new black!!! I just enhanced the natural color of the water to obtain this green backdrop
Diving in the sun... very murky water and few friendly dragons...
The background is natural. The clear tone is given by the water column and the far away rocks. I waited > 10minutes to take this shot as the little fellow was moving between the weed to hunt small crustaceans
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Again to obtain the white background I used one of the strobes to illuminate the reflective sand. I then completed the job with PS
Full Octo-moon This time my reverse ring macro toy did not worked as I expected. But...
I have been called on assignment: depict the emotion of a shark dive at Manly aquarium, so I wanted to depict the emotion of facing a "friendly" sand tiger shark. This pic is taken diving in the large shark enclosure
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Green sea turtle
An old legend say that only the most neutral buoyancy diver can disentangle the sword of king Octopy from the net... Of course after the shot I removed the trash...
Space dragon... a very pretty and young dragon
A plunge into darkness...
Dragon sun-backing... to take this shot I had to lay myself in the kelp...
Squat lobster in a sponge. taken with a 20mm reversed 5:1 reproduction ratio
The domes... taken with a reversed lens, 5 times life size magnification
Very small (less than 1 cm) juvenile wrasse hovering over sponges
Black-scatter-anglerfish take III easy to create these images when non expert divers kick the hi-reflective sand all around... the white point is simply selected on the sand in the curve tool...
Turned B&W to increase the contrast of this ugly fish
Ahwww so cute. it tried to swallow me...but only once!!! 1.2cm and growing
Soo cute... it tried to kill me, but it's OK only once :D
Blue... the blue hue is almost natural, just enhanced a bit with the curve tool
I want to fly away from here...
Just a pineapple :D they are so skittish I attempted this shot many time with a wideangle. Tokina 10-17 @17
Love is: Holding tail, no matter what...
Is this my best side?? This guy was so still that anemones started to use it as support (look close on its lips)
White sea-horse and I mean it :D
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They rarely swim... but when they do they are awesome...
This fellow simply could not stands the noise of regs and swam away from divers as soon they they approach. it swims back and forth between 2 nearby pylons so I took this shot
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