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Oceanshutter

Member Since 13 Jan 2010
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In Topic: Nudibranchs of PNG

Today, 06:33 AM

Really fantastic work Dustin!  I can truthfully say I have not seen nudis like this before, and they are my favorite macro subject.  Thanks a lot for sharing.


Thank you so much. That was my goal for the film.
Dustin

In Topic: Nudibranchs of PNG

Yesterday, 04:13 PM

I switched to a pair of the iTorch 7 lights recently. So far I'm very pleased with them.

Are you using a snoot on the light?

I made a snoot from sheet rubber curled into a cone that slipped onto the end of the iTorch. But then I lost it at Lembeh. Must make another one before the next trip there in December.

Regards
Peter

Peter,

 

I am not using a snoot on this.  I only used one during my komodo trip and it was not worth it!  Too difficult to maneuver and deal with underwater.  if the subject moved...forget about it.  

 

Dustin


In Topic: Nudibranchs of PNG

Yesterday, 04:10 PM

Dustin,

 

I am most astonished by the nano-shrimp that appear on the backs of some of the nudis, e.g. at 30 seconds in and many other places. In true 4K those might be identifiable!

 

Great stuff,

 

Tom

Thanks Tom.  Yes that would be interesting.  I just wish Canon would come out with an affordable 4k dslr...


In Topic: Nudibranchs of PNG

Yesterday, 08:29 AM

Great video ! I like the clean backgrounds.
It is beautiful to see them 'graze'.
 
Do you have an additional wet lens, or only 100mm macro ?


Great video ! I like the clean backgrounds.
It is beautiful to see them 'graze'.
 
Do you have an additional wet lens, or only 100mm macro ?


Thank you. I do use a subsee +10 on some shots.

Wow, very impressive.  Great stuff!


Thanks for watching it!

In Topic: Nudibranchs of PNG

Yesterday, 06:25 AM

That's awesome Dustin! You got some beautiful and amazingly stable footage. Thanks for sharing.
 
Is the creature at 00.34 a sea hare? I recently photographed the same thing in Milne Bay but haven't ID'ed it yet


I believe it is the nudibranch bornella Anguilla.