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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Frank Schneider

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Blacktip reef baby sharks; Nikon D3, Zoom f2.8/14-24 mm, Seacam housing, two strobes Seacam 150 Digital
Model and lionfish; Model: Leda; Nikon D3, Zoom f2.8/14-24 mm, Seacam housing, two strobes Seacam 150 Digital
Diver in freshwater cave; Models: Zaira, Peter; Nikon D3, Zoom f2.8/14-24mm, Seacam housing, two strobes Seacam 150 digital, all settings manual
Model and turtle; Model: Carina; Nikon D3, Zoom f2.8/14-24 mm, Seacam housing, two strobes Seacam 150 Digital
Model and squids; Nikon D3, Zoom f2.8/14-24 mm, Seacam housing, two strobes Seacam 150 Digital
Model and octopus; Model: Ines; Nikon D3, Zoom f2.8/14-24 mm, Seacam housing, two strobes Seacam 150 Digital
Model and blacktip reef shark; Model: Ursula; Nikon D3, Zoom f2.8/14-24 mm, Seacam housing, two strobes Seacam 150 Digital
Model and Manta; Model: Ursula; Nikon D3, Zoom f2.8/14-24 mm, Seacam housing, two strobes Seacam 150 Digital
Model and soft corals; Model: Giovanna; Nikon D3, Zoom f2.8/14-24 mm, Seacam housing, two strobes Seacam 150 Digital
Diver at wreck "Cedar Pride"; Model: Giovanna; Nikon D3, Zoom f2.8/14-24 mm, Seacam housing, two strobes Seacam 150 Digital
"The Aquarium"; Model: Tanja; Nikon D2x, f2.8/10.5mm fisheye, Secam housing and two Seacam strobes
Model and stenopus; Model: Karin; Nikon D3, f2.8/14-24mm Zoom (shot with 24mm), Seacam housing and two Seacam strobes 150 Digital
half-and-half photo (split shot) of reef sharks; Nikon D3, Nikkor f 2.8/14-24mm Zoom, Seacam housing, two Seacam flash Digital 150, all settings manual
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Half and half photo (Half-and-half, split shot) of reef sharks
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NO EXCUSES!
Special poker game - realized in the pool at the Palm Garden Resort of click here in Phuket, Thailand.
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NOW YOU!
Special poker game - realized in the pool at the Palm Garden Resort of click here in Phuket, Thailand.
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2011
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Final RoundThrough to 2011 awards final round judging

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The most talked about, top voted image of the month! It's an object lesson in using models professionally. Deceptively simple - how would you get the cards to stick to the table? Hide the reg's? direct the action? Top Notch Frank!
Nikon D3 + Nikon Zoom 14-24mm in a Seacam housing, 2 x Seacam Seaflash 150 TTL (manual settings), 1/80s, f 20. Thanks to Holger Schwab from click here
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Diver with napoleon. Nikon D2Xs, Nikon Zoom 12-24 / Seacam housing, Seacam Seaflash 150 TTL + Seacem Seaflssh 100 (both with manual settings); 1/50s, f 14, ISO 250. Model: Leda. Thanks to Tova Harel from click here
MANTASTIC!
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Title of this photo: "WHAT????" - Nikon D2X, f4.0/12-24 Zoom, DSeacam housing, Seacam Seaflash 150 TTL + Seaflash Mini 100 (manual setings); 1/60, f 6,3, ISO 100
Diver with 'Mauve stinger' (Pelagia noctiluca). - Thanks to Luca Smecca from click here -
Model: Leda; Nikon D2X iwith f4.0/12 - 24 mm, housing: Seacam ; flash: Seacam Seaflash 150 TTL and Mini 100. - 1/60 s, f 9.0, ISO 100.
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Final RoundThrough to 2010 awards final round judging
Nikon D2Xs, Zoom f4/12-24 mm, Seacam Housing w. Seacam Seaflsh 150 TTL (manual setting) and Seacam Mini 100 (manual setting); 1/125 s, f13, ISO 200. Model: Leda
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2010

Final RoundThrough to 2010 awards final round judging

editor's comments

Editor's Comment
looks an easy shot, you try it. Making it look simple is hard!
Humpbackwhale jumping
Nikon F4, f2.8/70-200 mm, Film Velvia 100 ISO
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Endless Oceans - endless Beauty - thanks to Tova Harel ftom click here for the contact to Francisco Beech at the Palau Airport Lounge in Koror who got the doors out of his plane for the fantastic photo-flight - Nikon D3X w. Zoom f2.8/24-70
Thanks Bill Acker from click here for the beautiful Manta and thanks to my model, Leda. - Camera: Nikon D3X, Nikon 24-70/f.2.8
Diving a cenote in the south of the Dominican Republic not to far from Santo Domingo. Nikon D2Xs + Nikon fisheye 10,5 mm in a Seacam housing; strobes: Seaflash mini 100, Nikon SB105. -
Model: Debby - thanks to Walter from click here
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Longnose Hawkfish siiting in a Gorgonia Seafan; it took 30 min. until they were posing close enough to each other AND looking into tbhe camera. - Nikon D2Xs + 60 mm Nikkor Macro in a Seacam housing, Seacam Seaflash 150 TTL
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