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Very nice. If I may offer a couple of tips....
1. Don't shoot down on your subject. It gives the whole picture a flat look. Try to get down to their level for a profile angle. Plus, you'll be able to get closer. When you hover, or descend over alot of fish and creatures, they see that as a threat and will disappear or turn tail and split.
2. Get closer. When you think you are close enough, get even closer! If you can't reach out and touch it, your strobe/internal flash isn't going to be effective and will only light up the particulate matter in the water causing backscatter, so turn it off.