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bmorescuba

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#362789 EM-10 First Outing

Posted by bmorescuba on Yesterday, 06:09 PM

OMD-EM10

Nauticam Housing

2x Sea & Sea YS-D1 strobes

 

Blue Heron Bridge. Riviera Beach, FL, USA.

 

Mainly shot the 60mm macro lens, but also put the 14-42 kit lens on for some shots of the divers on our trip. 

 

Full gallery here:

 

https://flic.kr/s/aHskfjpjUB

 

It was my first time with the new EM10 setup and overall i'm quite pleased. I think, after years of trying, I might actually be starting to get close enough to these macro subjects. Of course, switching from an APS-C 60mm macro to a m43 60mm macro gave me a little boost, too.

 

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#361632 what s that

Posted by bmorescuba on 30 May 2015 - 04:25 AM

Come on, somebody! I went through every image I could find of tunicates and none fit. I'm really intrigued - someone must know!


#358106 For sale: Canon 5D Mk2/Aquatica housing/9" dome/lenses & accessories

Posted by bmorescuba on 20 February 2015 - 07:15 AM

I can't afford to be in on the purchase, but I wanted to tell you that your videos are awesome! Besides the footage, great job editing, too.




#352191 Final IDs from Kauai (frog, dragon, drupe)

Posted by bmorescuba on 01 September 2014 - 05:21 PM

A little confirmation from my recent trip to Kauai before I post to Flickr. I've gone as far as I can with my Hoover books and Keoki Stender's website.

 

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Sheraton Caverns dive site, 10m deep, ~15-20cm in length

I have: Warty Frogfish (Antennarius maculatus) but Warty is supposedly not common in Hawaii??

 

kauai-2.jpg

Pyramid at the Point dive site (Niihau/Lehua), 20m deep, ~5cm in length

Pretty sure the shell on the left is Textile Cone Shell (Conus textile) but the snail on the right - some kind of Drupe??

 

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Tunnels Shore Dive site, 2-3m deep in sand, ~2-3cm in length

I have Female Longtail Dragonet (Callionymus decoratus). Not sure. I only have this butt-shot, sadly

 

Thanks for any input

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