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by Jeffrey Lim

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playing with shallow DOF and trioplan lens
Shot with a +10 cropped vertical, the clear background is achieved blasting one strobe on the reflective sand no PS
with a touch of UV lights
under a starry night
Because the blue water is overrated that is why...
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The queen of Bare Island is sitting in her golden throne
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Blenny portrait with bugeye
the so called "great seahorse"
"thou shall not pass!!!" blenny defending the nest full of eggs (some with eyes already) shot with 60/2.8 and bugeye
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in the shade
Hey!!!! watch your fins!!!
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A bit of slug porn :D
Meanwhile in the sand of chowder-bay
Love her "polka dots"
She fell for the sea-horse in my dome
Barracuda taken at South Channel Forte in Port Philip Bay, Australia
Night dive at Morningtion pier
Jellyfish at Mornington Pier on a night dive.
Seahorse, taken at Sorrento Pier, after the last ferry departure.
I was trying to capture this freshwater cray as it was in free flight
San Remo, taken at San Remo pier located Philip Island, Victoria.
Interaction
Seahorse posing for my bugeye (cropped to DX)
angler posing for my bugeye
About to explode... taken with 60/2.8 and Inon Bugeye
exploiting the bugeye for some seahorse perspective. cropped to DX vertical
Hi,my first underwater housing, so I am new to this style. There is a bridge near me that was built in 2005 that curves around and then goes over the ocean, replacing the road that hugged the cliffs but shut due to rock falls. My bridge portrait!
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