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Oceanshutter

Member Since 13 Jan 2010
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In Topic: Papua New Guinea - Rolling in the Deep

Today, 01:43 PM

Nice.  I'll have to try that setup with stills. Thanks for the tip.

 

That will be interesting to see if it will work with stills.  I would think your best bet would be to use a snoot of some kind to get the same effect.  

Dustin


In Topic: Bali Trip Recommendations

Yesterday, 06:02 AM

Thanks everyone for the great info.!

I am interested in pygmys....although, they need to have an area around them for me to place a tripod. Walls don't work for me other than wide angle. Shooting macro video with a dslr has it's limits...

In Topic: Papua New Guinea - Rolling in the Deep

Yesterday, 05:54 AM

Absolutely gorgeous work!  Thanks for posting.  I especially like the macro sequences at the beginning, they are so well lit.  Speaking of which, how did you light the anemone that begins at about 2:50 to look like it is glowing from within?


Thank you for your comments. With the tube anemone. I didn't do anything special. I just lit it from above. Aiming the light straight down in it. Limiting the over spray of the light to the front and not the back. So the background would be darker.

Dustin

In Topic: Papua New Guinea - Rolling in the Deep

Yesterday, 05:52 AM

Thanks everyone!

In Topic: Bali

09 September 2014 - 06:48 PM

Nice job Jose! I really need to dive Bali.
Dustin