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#1 underwaterdigital

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Posted 12 July 2002 - 02:20 PM

shot of the Titanic taken with a Kodak Poloroid camera housed in a heavy duty GLAD ziplock bags. no strobes no wal. any input is appreciated: )


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#2 davephdv

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Posted 12 July 2002 - 08:25 PM

Where has the back skelekton have it's hands? Looks rather risque to me. Looks like someone has far too much time on their hands.:)
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#3 davephdv

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Posted 12 July 2002 - 08:26 PM

obtw, awfully good light and vis for 12000 ft.
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#4 Tim-in-oz

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Posted 13 July 2002 - 11:31 PM

Typical amature! Look at all the back scatter! Probably only using the internal flash *sigh*.
Last time I dives the titanic (had to free dive because my submersibles O-ring was leaking) I managed 27 shots using quintuple strobes AND only used a well sealed plastic bag as a housing for my Haassellblad. The results published in national geographic speak for themselves....
I sugest you give up NOW and leave the seriouse work to us professionals.... How do you expect to get good results using a skeleton staff anyway.
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