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About walshwn

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  • Birthday 07/13/1977

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    SCUBA, Skydiver, Climber, Travels, Photography, Books, just to name a few.....

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Nikon D-200
  • Camera Housing
    Subal ND20
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Inon z240 x 2
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    Fisheye FIX
  1. Yes I have been there diving on several occasions. As long as the dynamite fisherman don't get to you. I have a really awesome UW Video, and half way through you can hear an explosion and everyone looks around to see whos tank exploded. Crazy stuff!
  2. I have the camera and lenses. Would you be willing to part with just the housing and ports. If so how much? Thanks!
  3. Well this was not the only one! There were about seven of these strands as I could see, all floating in about 30 feet, Strange looking to me. Here's another look. Thanks again!
  4. I have dove mainly in Tropical waters and recently went to Monterey without doing to much research on the local sealife. This "thing" swam or floated by and I want to know what it is. As you can tell the water was not very clear....huge surge that day. Thanks!
  5. I am getting the hang of this stuff now! Try the Slideshow. Hope you enjoy! http://www.imagestation.com/album/pictures...l?id=2118871695
  6. I sent in a photo just to see if I could get a response. To my delight, Dive Global was doing a Destination of the Month on the Philippines. I was asked to write (NOT a writer) an article and submit some photos. They were either rearranged or flipped giving a different perspective. Oh well! Its a great place to dive if nothing else! You can see it here. http://www.diveglobal.com/index.asp or here. http://www.diveglobal.com/explore_destinat...n/march2005.asp The first option also diplays the Picture of the Month. It was the original image that started it all.
  7. Thanks! Great advice but for the first two and with many of the shots i have in my files, they are night dives! I am still very new to shooting at night (LOVE night diving though) and I am trying figure out how to stay stable with minimal light to focus on the subject. I know its my small ass camera I am shooting with right now, but thats why we keep diving and shooting....Blueskies and Bluewaters!
  8. WOW! I din't realize I shrunk the images that small. The originals are all 7MB and higher. Sorry! I will work on my computer skills. Spend too much time in third world countries....
  9. These are just a few of the images I have in my collection. Keep in mind they were shot with a handheld compact camera...I am waiting to see how I do in the UW Photo world before I spend $$$$$$ to outfit my Nikon D100......Let me know what you think! Thanks!
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