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Roatan images posted

Discussion in 'Underwater Photography' started by kevreid, Nov 7, 2005.

  1. kevreid

    kevreid Nassau Grouper

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    Please check My Gallery for more.........be gentle :) [​IMG]

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  2. alcina

    alcina Missing Diva. ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Wow! You've got to be happy with those!! Lovely :)

    BTW - some of us poor souls use the Classic Skin and this does not show us your gallery link, so including a link in your post would be most helpful :D
     
  3. jghflash

    jghflash Instructor, Scuba

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    OUTSTANDING! What equipment set up do you use? You have some wonderful shots. Excellent fish pics!

    Gordon
     
  4. alijtaylor

    alijtaylor Solo Diver

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    Wonderful pictures, thanks for posting them.
    Alison
     
  5. hvulin

    hvulin Dive Con

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    EXIF says: Canon EOS 20D
     
  6. justleesa

    justleesa Neither here nor there ScubaBoard Supporter

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  7. Spoon

    Spoon Barangay Pasaway

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    very nice and crisp:) bravo!
     
  8. kevreid

    kevreid Nassau Grouper

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    As Hvulin has posted, I used a Canon 20D. my second outing with this rig and first time to use the 100mm lens. Many of the pictures posted are with that lens, the others with a 17-85mm.
    We were in Roatan the week between Wilma and Beta. The conditions were far more challenging than when I was there last May. We only had a couple days that visibility allowed for anything other than the macro lens. Using the macro underwater was much more difficult than I expected. Much yet to learn about that set up!!!
    Thanks everyone for the kind and "gentle" comments.
     
  9. kapula

    kapula Manta Ray

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    way cool pics!
    Now have to check out your gallery as well :D
     
  10. Dee

    Dee ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Most excellent, My Friend! :D You sure didn't look like it was a challenge. I've got a shot of you in action...somewhere. When I finish sorting through everything I'll post it.
     

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