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Bahamas Pictures (Shipwrecks and Sharks) with the SP-350

Discussion in 'The Olympus Outlet' started by tsreimer, Jul 16, 2007.

  1. tsreimer

    tsreimer Angel Fish

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    Location: Manhattan Beach, CA
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    That was also the warmest water I ever been in to date. 84 degrees at the surface, and maybe down to 82 at depth.
     
  2. TXScubaBear

    TXScubaBear Barracuda

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    Location: Watauga, Texas
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    Beautiful pictures! Thanks for sharing them!
     
  3. IlikeItwetPls

    IlikeItwetPls Nassau Grouper

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    Can you tell us the settings you used on the SP-350?

    Thanks
     
  4. tsreimer

    tsreimer Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: Manhattan Beach, CA
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    On all my pictures, I used custom white balance and shot in RAW mode. I shoot at ISO 50 or 100 for most of the pictures unless I was going to be going very deep. I have been going back and forth on shooting in aperature priority vs. shutter prority mode. If you choose any given picture in my set, there will be a section on the right hand side called 'Additional Information'. There will be a link that says 'more properties'. Click that and it should show all the exif file information.
     
  5. letsgodiving

    letsgodiving Nassau Grouper

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    Location: At my desk
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    I noticed you without a wet suit in the pictures. We were there a couple of days before you and all wore MM suits. It was on the cool side for us, and my wife complained about feeling cold.

    Living in Florida has made us soft.

    Great pics, and I agree the shark dive is a must.
     
  6. CheddarChick

    CheddarChick Loggerhead Turtle

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Wisconsin
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    82* cold.....??????
    Man we were in 60* and under last weekend.....
    You are soft.....LOL
     
  7. rahuck

    rahuck Solo Diver

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    Location: Upstate New York
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    thanks for sharing...
     
  8. tsreimer

    tsreimer Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: Manhattan Beach, CA
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    actually i was in a 1mm wetsuit. (im not in any of the pictures from this trip) My dive buddy is a bigger guy and maintains his warmth, so he typically just wears a core warmer in anything over 80 degrees.
     
  9. Pinay_Diver

    Pinay_Diver Barracuda

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Philippine Islands
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    Love your shark photos! BEautiful! I noticed that visibility is really good and most shots were facing the blue. Did you still fire your strobe in all of your shots?
     
  10. tsreimer

    tsreimer Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: Manhattan Beach, CA
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    Thanks for the compliment! I still fired the strobe... My thought was that in most pictures that the shark was close enough to have the strobe paint some of the colors back into the shark. The results might be very subtle, but worth a 'shot'.
     

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