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nudibranch

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About nudibranch

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    Triggerfish
  • Birthday 02/05/1964

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    izzydiving@gmail.com
  • Website URL
    http://www.imagesdomininca.com
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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Commonwealth of Dominica, West Indies
  • Interests
    diving,photography, hiking, food,friends, family, books in no particular order. <br />Currently one of two persons authorized by the govt to apply for limited permits for in water sperm whale/marine mammal photography.

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    D90
  • Camera Housing
    Ikelite
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Inon 220 and 2000
  • Accessories
    ULCS flip tray and arms
  1. Flight updates SJU and WINAIR or LIAT, Eagle pulled out and Winair took the same stupid time slot as dictated by AEagle, making no difference whatsoever at all. LIAT departs an hour or so later so you could do it if you wanted to, go though SJU, i'd rather swim. Jet Blue or whomever to SXM and AirBVI http://www.gobvi.com - avoid SJU altogether and can be done in a day if those on the west coast of the US don't mind red eye flights, no code share with Jet Blue yet, so you have to book on their site, Out of Canada, ANU or BGA or SXM then LIAT (or air BVI) , give yourself at least 3 hours between flights in ANU or SXM, This will ensure your bags move across the tarmac either by themselves or carried in the former two. Latest update http://www.citairways.com/ This was spoken about many years ago (2004/5) as a carrier for Ross U students, I'd met one of the owners and told them that Ross would be the tip of the iceberg. If people are traveling when Ross season starts/stops, then I forsee issues with people being bumped for students whining about no seats, but im an optimist. . In anycase, we remain one of the top 25 least visited places in the world, and of course the hardest to get to in the Caribbean. But once you're here, it's worth it.... Izzy
  2. Jeff, you've some lovely work there and the opportunity to go out whenever you can from your back door. The camera you have is a very capable and good unit, don't keep thinking "one day, DSLR", its not the way to progress. Learn how to you what you have to the best of your ability and read up on technique. I used an Olympus 5050 for 6 years and still do, less frequently now, as i keep a Sealife clipped to my BC. Once you get to know your equipment you'd be amazed at the results, looking at those images you've made an admirable start.
  3. in short.... Doesn't Facebook strip metadata when you upload anyway? The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act is a huge piece of legislation created to improve Britain’s business sector, and most of the points in the Act are as important to photographers as the Littering from Vehicles Bill or the draft law to ban wild animals in circuses from 2015. But two thirds down the list of measures the ERRA will put into effect, it states: “For the first time orphan works will be licensed for use; these are copyrighted works for which the owner of the copyright is unknown or can’t be found. There will also be a system for extended collective licensing of copyright works.” So without watermarks or proper metadata your images could be scooped up from the web via social media networks, app sharing, Google images or websites and used by anyone for any gain if your images can’t be traced back to you. http://www.professionalphotographer.co.uk/Magazine/The-Business/Collapse-of-copyright
  4. I use 360 iso, 250th shutter, mess with EV depending on time of day, and let the camera do the rest, but i'm shooting Sperm whales which lack the colour differences.( Ike, Sigma 10-20, D90)
  5. Thanks for raising an interesting idea M. I'll give it a try one of these nights. It should be fun. Izzy
  6. A Sperm Whale resting under the boat, which is almost a mirror image above. Taken on snorkel and under permit off Dominica 2011 D90, Ike Sigma 10-18. Natural light
  7. Loftus, so that's how you do it!!! i was cleaning the sand.
  8. I didn't realize there was a spot here for self promotion... All images taken under permit. http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/he_r...Jk5gIAoJPnAtzIP http://www.newsbeast.gr/environment/arthro...laina-fusitira/ http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp/42519006#42519006 (ugh) http://news.ninemsn.com.au/glanceview/1580...to-whale.glance needless to say, i'm not one for this sort of thing, but if an image can change attitudes, especially one of a supposed monster, then i'm all for it. All images were taken under permit. more at ImagesDominica.com and or on or facebook site. ciao Izzy
  9. Hi Elmer, The "fisherman" that is booked for the Nov trip and those in March was the first person to go to sea running whale watching back in 89/90, he used to run the big cats, but has since bought his own, which is why there is a reduction in size, but it is more than made up for in speed, maneuverability and the skill and experience of the crew. As usual there will be a copy of the permit on board for all to see, unlike your last time on the other vessel. no more than 6 per trip, so no crowds, all carefully managed. Izzy
  10. talk to Kay Wilson at Indigo. tell her Izzy sent you (she may charge you double!) http://www.indigodive.com
  11. John, it also depends on where you dive, not all operations in the Caribbean are equipped with Din Adapters. Similarly dive briefings have to be given in both normal and imperial.
  12. Hi Kaj, Still here, still plugging on, where are you now? find us on facebook. Images Dominica.
  13. Rilski, Wait for the photos (Images Dominica on facebook), though this is NOT an Images Dominica venture. You'll be back, I know, I have been warned.
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