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burnah

Member Since 30 Jun 2013
Offline Last Active Sep 18 2013 04:40 AM
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In Topic: vietnam august 2013 - oly pen e-pl3

17 September 2013 - 11:30 AM

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In Topic: vietnam august 2013 - oly pen e-pl3

17 September 2013 - 11:25 AM

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valentini puffer

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i could punch myself that this one is slightly out of focus at the eyes...

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some are edited (cropped, contrast), but not for backscatter - i will do this once i shoot better pics. 

standard lens 14-42 micro four thirds was used.


In Topic: Lembeh Shrimps

01 July 2013 - 11:06 AM

nice shot!

 

you can try these: 

http://www.reeflex.n...tegorie/55.html

http://www.starfish....html#octocorals

 

lebbeus family looks similar: 

 

 

identifying the coral first can also be the first step to the latin name as some are limited to certain coral species.

 

greetings martin


In Topic: How experienced a diver do I need to for underwater photography?

30 June 2013 - 11:25 AM

hello!

as someone who has only 30 dives and did some simple photography and video in the last 6 of those, i can totally recommend one thing i did on my stay in bali:

hop into the water as often as possible for some snorkelling with your equipment. you will get used to its handling, ups and downs and might even get some shots. it also helped me experiment with perspective, settings and specimen spotting, without a) having to pay for a dive, b) having to think about pressure, deco, buddy..

 

i was snorkelling and diving down for about 3 hours a day, getting the routine with my equipment from changing/charging batteries, leak testing and changing camera settings. i continued to do this even when i started the scuba, it simply was too fascinating!

 

greetings martin