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More CT pics .....

Discussion in 'Underwater Photography' started by AndyT, Mar 1, 2007.

  1. Larry C

    Larry C Dive Con

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    Great shots, Andy. I don't know which one to gush over first. Your lighting is always subtle and always just enough.
     
  2. zahner

    zahner Barracuda

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    great shots! love the b/w basket star on the colored background. was that taken at night?
     
  3. crazyTomato

    crazyTomato Nassau Grouper

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    These are lovely photos! I especially love the second one.....it's just fascinating to me how the basket star contrasts against its background.
     
  4. Jamdiver

    Jamdiver Photographer

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    Andy, that basket star shot is something else.
    Wonderful stuff :)
     
  5. Fastmarc

    Fastmarc Just drifting along... ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Not sure why I couldn't see them earlier....
    Very nice... #3 is a WOW.
     
  6. AndyT

    AndyT Solo Diver

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    The fish is a speckled klipfish ( klipfish translated into English is "rock fish"), Clinus venustris

    Basket star shot during the day.

    Larry - you have a similar setup to me - wrt the lighting I set the flash intensity to
    -0.7 on the camera for macro stuff, -0.3 for close up and 0.0 for the rest when using TTL .

    Thanks all for the kind comments !!!
     
  7. ShoalDiverSA

    ShoalDiverSA Manta Ray

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    Beautiful shots, Andy!

    Cheers,

    Andrew
     
  8. DennisW

    DennisW Solo Diver

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    Thanks for sharing. Those are great.
     

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