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"Natural Colors" just the background is been manipulated (minimally) to remove almost all of the colors and leave it neutral so the dragons stands out in its natural colors
Not much manipulation required. I have uploaded the one with the original water color as well so you can compare. I just used the curve tool on the already burnt sun burst and then dodged a bit the rest of the water around the dragon...
Dance into the light...
The vis dropped to less than 1m during the dive.so I made use of the milky white water to achieve clear background. Minimal PS involved, just the curve tool. Also no fiddling I just waited for the surge to bring it to me!!!
"lost into the blue" the dragon was swimming in the current and pushed by the surge. careful position of myself under the boulders allowed me to take this shot into the blue...
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Vis was bad to start with then deteriorated during the dive to below 1m... but hey I finally got to see the leafy!!! shot taken in the surge
Great White Shark, Neptune Islands South Australia. No strobe, wide angle. Olympus OMD EM5 in Olympus housing.
Jelly Fish Port Phillip Bay,Melbourne,Australia
Jellyfish,Port Phillip Bay Melbourne Australia,Jean-Yves Bignoux,
swimmig !!!
close up
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Fabillina on tasseled angler fish foot
swinging dick
who U looking at ?????
fat belly
leafy looking cool
Sealion
Nom not nom
tiny tiny tiny
blennie in orange - which is the new black
squid at night
stargazer settling in
The annual spider crab migration with diver
southern dumpling squid
file fish and hitch hiker
Reflections of a seahorse in C minor
Leafy sea dragon
mating squid
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