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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Norwegian Sea

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B&W Reflections
Tritoniopsis alba
The Hurtigruten ship "M/S Nordstjernen". Picture was taken at a nice and sunny day, aprox. 300 km above the arctic circle, end of May 2010.
Still snow on the top of the mountains, a fischschool in the front of the picture.
picture of a male blåstål (labrus mixtus) that left his sheltering cave for a short while.
A small Lithodes maja seeking shelter under the tentacles of a Bolocera tuediae
Close up of a cooperative specimen of the Friendly blade shrimp. Nikon D300 in Aquatica housing, 2z Inon Z-240 strobes.
This Eubranchus farrani was sitting on the edge of a kelp front, getting ready to take off. I was able to catch it in mid-water as it floated by. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, 2x Inon Z-240 strobes.
Close up of a goby resting on a pink bed. D300 in Aquatica housing, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.
Pink sunset in Trondheim (Compact camera Nikon Coolpix 8400)
The diveplace was dead. no life at all. but then a nice seaflower! small and nice.
A very cooperative specimen of the little goby Buenia jeffreysii. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.
Lesser swimming crab, Polybius pusillus. Yes, that is a spine from a sea urchin underneath it. The crab looks quite grumpy, so it might be kept as a defensive weapon ;-)
Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.
Eubranchus farrani on a kelp frond. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.
Another Eubranchus pallidus; this time with peculiar red pigment all over. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.
The little (30 mmh) goby Lebetus scorpioides resting in an empty shell at the Gulen Dive Resort on the norwegian west coast. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, 105mm + 1.4 converter, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.
Eubranchus pallidus on a background of tunicates. Gulen Dive Resort, Nikon D300 in Nexus housing with twin Inon Z-240 strobes.
shoot in bergen
shoot in norway with makromate super makro linse.
Re-breather diver hanging around under the pir.

editor's comments

Editor's Comment
The inclusion of a surface element makes a throwaway shot interesting
What do you do when the strobes won't fire? Try another take at getting it together! Norwegian Topknot shot at f4.0, 1/60 and ISO 320 with a small focus light. Sometimes that can work too :-)
I practised creating a pool of light on the foreground subject, with my strobes placed above the dome port.
Norwegian topknot photographed without strobes and very limited depth of field.
Diver Gerhard at some WW2 wreck in the port of Narvik with a
coldwatercoral "lat. Alcyonium digitatum", Dead Man's Fingers,
Juni 2009
available light picture of one the loading winches on the wreck of consul carl fisser.
Motor of an old german aircraft from ww2: JU 52
Motor of JU 52, old german aircraft used in ww2
Junker 52
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