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Hamish Morrison

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  1. Thanks for that Eric. I'm going to check them out right now! Hamish.
  2. Hi Stew, I would also add my vote to the 10-22mm / 60mm macro lens setup already mentioned. I have also just got the 17-40mm, which I wish I'd had earlier in the year for shark photography. The 10-22mm was great, but the sharks had to come pretty close for me to get the shot I was looking for! Hamish.
  3. Looks like you are having more luck than I did in 2003. We had unseasonally warm water and no sardines!
  4. As usual Eric, some fantastic pictures. Those Oceanics come really close....... By the way just how do you extract the the exif data from your shots? I can see the info in Bridge or whatever, but I've never bee able to cut / paste it into another document. Hamish.
  5. I have to agree that the 10-22mm was too wide for many of the situations we had on Shearwater, even on a 20D (which is not full frame) But I was happy with the results when we got some of our closer interactions! If I were to do it again I think I would take a 17-40mm as well.
  6. I nice app for simplifying the watermaking process on the Mac is iWatermark. It's not free but it does a good job. Get it here: http://www.scriptsoftware.com/iwatermark/
  7. Very atmospheric the way the inside of the mouth stand out in the 2nd & 3rd images! Almost looks luminous in the 2nd one!
  8. Nice. Very nice. What lens were you using for your manta shots? I'm booked on Nautilus next year & I've been hearing great things about Soccoro. My experience with the Bahamas sharks earlier this year makes me think that my 10-22mm lens was a tad too wide for much of the action we got. So I'm thinking 17-40mm will definitely be coming with me next time. Hamish.
  9. Looks like you guys had a great trip. It sounds like you had a few of the really big players that didn't show for our trip. Must admit I got that 'bait' feeling at Mt Mokarran when the tigers were getting a bit frisky and I turned round to find I was the only one left in the water! I look forward to the rest of your pictures.
  10. I have also just returned from one of Jim Abernethy's Shearwater trips. (Same trip as Dave, who posted the other day) Great pics by the way Dave. I am particularly jealous over the Hammer shot you got! I thought mine were OK 'till I saw yours! Anyway you can never have too many sharks, so here are some of my favourites from the trip.
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