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#1 jugglematt


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Posted 17 March 2009 - 11:36 AM

Hi All
i thought i would post a few of my recent pics , and hopefully get some feedback

all tahen with nikon coolpix p5100 in ikelite housing with twin inon strobes and inon uwl100 and dome attachment ,

first image was of a seafan taken in Jervis bay Australia (temprate water ) at a depth of 22m , 1/1000 sec spot metering and f4.3 iso 100
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next shot was also taken at Jervis bay in about 15m of water , the vis was down quite a bit on this day, 1.250th f 4.3 iso 100

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comments welcome


#2 Scubamoose


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Posted 17 March 2009 - 12:05 PM

Hi Matty!

I really like the first shot - superb composition!!
On second shot that partial fish is a bit destracting for me and I would prefer the sunburst to be hidden behind the coral.
But thats just my opinion.

Bottom line - absolutely awesome shots from P&S camera !!! :vava:

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