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Nicool

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In Topic: Who shares on Instagram?

18 February 2017 - 11:33 AM

Could anyone explain how different instagram is from flickr, or maybe complementary?
As Adam puts it Instagram is a social media for image maker, but so is flickr, isn't it?

I have started sharing uw photos on social media only recently (flickr), and have established a workflow of export to flickr straight from lightroom, then posting links to flickr on facebook for non-diving friends. I am wondering also how instagram could fit there.


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In Topic: Great Lakes, not so exotic but worth it just the same!

15 December 2016 - 12:58 PM

Hi Nicool
 
The Gunilda is about 70m dark and cold...4C.  To get the blue green water background would require very high ISO, and/or exceptional vis....maybe early season?  The Windiate always a crowd pleaser and so photogenic!  In general the Great Lakes fish tend to be skittish, but they are there from time to time. Visibility on the average 15-40m and great for photo ops.
 
Come Join Lust4Rust for a great lakes adventure. check out Lust4Rust.CO or contact Pete Mesley (owner)
 
Happy Holidays!
 
steve

Thanks Steve, one day for sure!
Btw, the zen mini dome i bought from you works great :)

In Topic: Learned (inadvertently) a lesson . . .

07 December 2016 - 02:35 PM

Nice shots! So one single strobe attached to the hot shoe without arm, meaning your only flexibility was the one provided by the clamp?


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In Topic: Great Lakes, not so exotic but worth it just the same!

07 December 2016 - 02:30 PM

Wow wow wow! Love the Cornelia B and the Gunilda!
Those wrecks are like my childhood dreamt wrecks: wooden and still intact! This is like a jump in the past, thanks for sharing this guys.

Questions though:
-how deep is the gunilda? Any chance to photograph it with blue/green water (not black)?
-where are the fishes?


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In Topic: Diving with the seals in Farne islands (UK)

09 November 2016 - 01:23 PM

I had reached my maximum number of photos per message it seems, so here are the two last ones:

 

A young one swimming:

30544714805_11d4500bec_c.jpgNLR_3632.jpg by Nicolas  & Léna REMY, sur Flickr

 

And this one breathing on the surface... photographed from the bottom:

 

30246481610_ed02e13733_c.jpgNLR_3645.jpg by Nicolas  & Léna REMY, sur Flickr

It's obviously cut on the top but also on the bottom (fin), still i like something in this photo - do you see interest in it?

 

And this was the last of my seal photos! Such a great place for underwater photography, i really want to go back!!