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Fresh Pics from Tryton Bay-Banda Sea-Ambon

Discussion in 'Panasonic Planet' started by scipionems, Mar 17, 2019.

  1. scipionems

    scipionems Barracuda

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    MNJoe, UFOrb, Seaweed Doc and 3 others like this.
  2. Aqua-Andy

    Aqua-Andy Solo Diver

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    Wow, incredible photos!
     
  3. aviator8

    aviator8 Photographer

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    Fantastic jellyfish shots, like that manits shrimp as well.
     
  4. scipionems

    scipionems Barracuda

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    Thank you
     
  5. scipionems

    scipionems Barracuda

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    Thank you
     
  6. Yellowdog

    Yellowdog Nassau Grouper

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    Beautiful images. TFS. Assuming you were using a double strobe set up? Do you have basic go to settings you use?
     
  7. chillyinCanada

    chillyinCanada Solo Diver Staff Member

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  8. Tippytoes12

    Tippytoes12 Manta Ray

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    Excellent shots , many many thanks for sharing !
     
  9. scipionems

    scipionems Barracuda

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    Thank you Yellowdog,
    it is very hard to give a simple answer to your question.... the settings of aperture and Shutter speed are different between wide angle pictures and macro pictures... and even the positioning of the strobes are very very different between macro and wide pictures... ..
    I suggest you to reed the book of Alex Mustard: UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERCLASS and to look at this internet site Guide for Beginners ... here you can find good suggestions to start with underwater photography or to improve your technic...
     
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  10. scipionems

    scipionems Barracuda

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    Thank you Tippytoes12 :)
     

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