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kdgonzalez

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About kdgonzalez

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    Grand Junction, Colorado
  • Interests
    Mountain biking, Cayoneering, Hiking, Running, and of course underwater photography

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Nikon D7200
  • Camera Housing
    Nauticam NA-D7100
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Dual YS-D2

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  1. Recent trip, December 2022 to La Paz. Thankfully no problem coming in with the camera. Snorkel with whale shark, Los isolates with sea lions, and the Chinese wreck. Weather moved in and couldn’t dive more. Looking for feedback. whale shark-13 by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr DSC_4823 by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr DSC_4729 by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr DSC_5075 by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr DSC_5140 by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr DSC_5106 by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjAjqwt
  2. I had the same experience you had with green plankton rich water, that’s why the sharks are there. I changed the color of the water in lightroom using the hue adjustment.
  3. Shot last week in La Paz, Mexico. I was lucky enough to get the green light coming in and never had trouble with my camera. I found them incredibly hard to shoot. Keeping up with them on snorkel was exhausting. No such thing as framing, I was just holding down the trigger blindly. Thankfully there were plenty of keepers. All critique welcomed. whale shark by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr whale shark-3 by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr whale shark-5 by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr whale shark-8 by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr whale shark-7 by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr whale shark-14 by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr
  4. I recently bought a nauticam na7100 flash trigger. It is now stuck in the hotshoe. Release lever is engaged but it looks like the locking pin won’t come off. I asked reef photo who is who I bought it from and they suggested to keep wiggling it until it comes loose. I’ve tried that and it didn’t work. I tried putting a flat dental tool and it didn’t work. Any suggestions? I feel like if I force it I’m going to break the flash trigger at the neck. Thanks.
  5. completely agree with Tim regarding the editing. I am more of a fan of the main subject being in the lower corners and leaving the negative space above the subject rather than the other way around. I do love the eye contact. A tip regarding shooting this kind of anemone, if you shoot from farther away they pick up a nice yellow/green iridescence. fiji-17 by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr
  6. This is what I use. Its always felt very safe https://reefphoto.com/products/cetacea-coil-lanyard-with-tubular-web
  7. Tiger beach, Bahamas aboard Aggressor Bahamas by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr Bahamas by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr Bahamas-2 by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr Lembeh, Indonesia with NAD Lembeh Rhinopia by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr Lembeh by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr paper nautilus/argonaut on jellyfish by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr Komoda, Indonesia aboard Indo Siren Nudibranch with emperor shirmp by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr Komodo by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr Striped catfish eating by Karyll Gonzalez, on Flickr
  8. could you get me a shipping quote for 81507. thanks
  9. Nikon d7200 w/ nikon 60 mm lens if you click on the image it will take you to my flickr profile and you can see all the settings the photos were taken under. roughly f11-14, 1/250sec, iso400. external flashes ysd2 at +0.5-1 EV
  10. No snoot necessary as you are shooting at night in open water with nothing in the background except for backscatter.
  11. thanks for the photo. i am assuming the scratch is on the outside of the dome correct?
  12. can you send me or post a picture of the scratch. im trying to figure out what im getting into. thanks
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