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OM-D E-M5 and 9-18mm in Nordic water


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#1 Storker

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Posted 02 September 2013 - 10:12 PM

So my first summer with my OM-D rig is over, and since the lighting conditions will only get worse as we're closing in on the winter, I guess there won't be as much shooting during the coming months. I'm still in the learning process both on UW photography in general and with the OM-D rig, so I'd appreciate if anyone had feedback on my pictures:

 

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Kelpscape, the Trondheim fjord

 

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Diver in kelp forest, the Trøndelag coast

 

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Conversation with a jellyfish, the Trøndelag coast

 

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Crab atop crab pot, the Oslo fjord

 

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Hermit crab, the Trondheim coast

 

Setup: Olympus OM-D-E-M5, Olympus M Zuiko 9-18mm f/4-5.6, Nauticam NA-EM5, Nauticam 4" WA dome port, single Inon Z-240 on 5" + 7" arms attached to Nauticam Flexitray. EXIF data for the pictures are available under the "More options" menu on the picture pages