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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Nicholas Samaras

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Τhe last rays. Τomorrow is a new day. "Rizostoma pulmo".
Lost is a swirl of fish.
Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II.
Lens: Canon EF8-15 @ 15
Exposure: 1/100sec, f/7,1, ISO 100
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Unicorn. Hippocampus guttulatus.
Vintage style.
Stormy weather brings great encounters from the deep sea.
Hypsolodoris picta
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That's a tasty specimen Nicholas!
Gastropteron rubrum. This digital composition gives pretty good sense of how this beautiful creature moving in the water. Four shots in a row.
Travel Buddies
Observator
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Gastropteron rubrum. He was snooted at while flying.
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Snell's window shot
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Snooted Blenny
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CFWA. Wire Coral Goby & Diver
Gold Medal Gold Medal 2010
Third place Monthly HotShots
Final RoundThrough to 2010 awards final round judging

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There's some speculation how this one was done. Looks like an old fashioned double exposure (remember them?) given the extremes in subject size I'd say two lenses were used but it was a Tokina 10-17mm Fisheye.
Ancient shipwreck cargo.
Like A Rose (Gastropteron Rubrum)
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well snooted!
Snooting a crab
The Lord of the Pool
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another for the foot fetishists!
Junevile Pinnate Batfish (Platax pinnatus)
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The gills of Cryptobranch dorid nudibranch "Hypselodoris picta"
Runner Up Monthly HotShots shortlistedShortlisted!

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it's good to concentrate on a feature sometimes
Detail of Echinaster sepositus - Red starfish. Sometimes even in a common starfish can find interesting perspectives.
Nudibranch "Hypselodoris bullockii"
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Final RoundThrough to 2010 awards final round judging
Pregnant Yellow Pigmi Seahorse.
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Pipefish
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my personal dance floor
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Spaceship
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finswimmer & Wreck
Model Shooting
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