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Cerianthus

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  • Birthday 08/12/1972

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    Hasselt, Overijssel, Netherlands

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    Canon 70D / 60mm macro / 100mm macro/ 18-55mm / Tokina 10-17mm FE / 10-22mm F3.5-4.5 / 50mm f1.8 STM / 70-300 IS F4-5.6
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  1. would that not just look better in colour? I dont mind black and white, but that is always what I think firstly.
  2. that one was with the subsee +5 or +10 attached. I should write these things down. Was at yellow submarine I think. Som nice big blobs of coral with quite a few of these in sand
  3. Some from Bonaire (2 years ago). 20180916-IMG_3194 by Gerard Wijnsma, on Flickr 20180917-IMG_3380 by Gerard Wijnsma, on Flickr 20180917-IMG_3361 by Gerard Wijnsma, on Flickr 20180916-IMG_3056 by Gerard Wijnsma, on Flickr 20180917-IMG_3332 by Gerard Wijnsma, on Flickr
  4. I use a permanent travel catalog, made from an emptied copy of my main catalog. When on a trip I import to a collection (eg Bonaire 2020). I backup to separate hard drives. After the trip I first export (the images in the )collection as a catalog and then import that catalog in the main one as you described (including raw files). I think having a permanent (or semi permanent, as i sometimes change settings) is easier, since you can use your import and other presets.
  5. I like that it is not only far away stuff. My only Farnes trip was in 2012 _MG_8603 by Gerard Wijnsma, on Flickr _MG_8629 by Gerard Wijnsma, on Flickr
  6. Jellyfish sunset by Gerard Wijnsma, on Flickr
  7. Freshwater Jellyfish by Gerard Wijnsma, on Flickr
  8. Ruinerwold titanic by Gerard Wijnsma, on Flickr
  9. My only thought is, posting this on wetpixel (forum or facebook) is like preaching to your own crowd. We should try sharing elsewhere as well.
  10. I quite liked my Netherlands freshwater version of the gobies in the bottle. Unfortunately it is an invasive species. Neogobius melanostomus Round goby 20190530-IMG_7133 by Gerard Wijnsma, on Flickr
  11. (and make adjustments for fresh or salt water).
  12. yes with xrite color true app. but only if you view images through that app. https://www.xrite.com/categories/calibration-profiling/colortrue
  13. It is not an issue, it is by design. Wetpixel is meant to be a community for people tot discuss underwater photography and videography, not ebay. So if you just want to flog stuff, the 3 post limit might discourage you from using Wetpixel only as a sales tool. To keep out spam bots, you must first react to an existing post (preferably the introduction thread). People that are willing to contribute are more than welcome.
  14. For canon, on a Canon 70d the DGX 1,4 works with 10-17mm. Altough macro, it will work with a 100mm f2.8 USM macro (not the L variant), but you have to disable back or frontfocus correction or the camera wont react.
  15. Reviving this old topic. I use Scubapro Jet fins for drysuit diving. They are also fine with a 7mm wetsuit in colder water. However, I am going on a trip to the Azores in september. I've been looking into fins for there. I would normally go with booted fins. The freediving fins will probably have lots of power, but I am not a freediver. I would probably need socks as well. I broke my booted plastic Seac fins. I was thinking about Oceanic Accel as travel fins, but I have some doubts on the power, would they be ok snorkeling? It is mostly boat diving. Anyone has experience with those? its about 600 grams for a single one, so 1,2 kg for a pair. https://www.oceanicworldwide.com/us/accel-fin-color-kit/ Other options will be a bit heavier. (thinking about getting regular Mares Quattros) The open boot Quattro fins are actually heavier then the booted fins. That will be about 2 kg for the pair.
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