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About Carlos_Suarez

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    Wolf Eel
  • Birthday 09/21/1969

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    Lanzarote, Canary Islands

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Nikon D200
  • Camera Housing
    Aquatica D200
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Subtronic and Inon Strobes
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    TLC Arms and Sagadive
  1. good job Alex, nice shots The seahorse and peacock blennies are very stunning. And remember... Drinking Beer Can Change the World
  2. Hey man, we come back of dive in Estonian waters in 2 degrees. I don't feel my hands!!!
  3. Thank you Karel We come back Tallinn this weekend with the Hanse Explorer vessel. Beautiful town Tallinn Best Wishes
  4. RAW files and picture information required for Final round judging Dear Photographer The 2011 Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition received 40,942 images from 95 countries. After two very intensive but equally energising and exciting sessions of critical review, the judges have managed to whittle down the selection to the freshest and most innovative images that will now comprise our Final round. I’m pleased to tell you that at least one of your images has made it through. The judges are going to have a very tough job when the Finals take place in June. Wish me good luck!!!
  5. Hi to everyone Recent the people ask to me for make rotate pictures with slow shutter speed. May be this is interesting for somebody. You need think this: Strobes made the fish static face (the strobe speed is very fast 1/4000) and the rest is shutter speed. Only is necesary rotate 60º more or less. But the most important part is the correct exposition. Samples: Shutter speed: 1/13 f22 2 Subtronics Maxi Strobes NG iso 100: 13 in 1/2 power Shutter speed: 1/4 f22 2 Subtronics Maxi Strobes NG iso 100: 13 in 1/4 power Shutter speed: 1/8 f29 2 Subtronics Maxi Strobes NG iso 100: 13 in Full power Good luck
  6. Some americans come to Jardines every years, but across Cancun. When they come back to USA never save nothing from Cuba. Only shots Thanks for comments
  7. Jardines de la Reina: El último refugio del Caribe http://www.vimeo.com/20973374 WITH MY BEST WISHES
  8. The silkys every day and the hammers only once Kind regards
  9. Silky, Caribbean, Nurse, Whale Shark & Great Hammerhead Regards
  10. To me Jardines de la Reina: Silky's, Caribbean, Great Hammerhead, Whale shark, nurse shark, crocs and easy dive conditions. Good price and exelent service. X
  11. nice shots! I like the first one & last one. Thanks for sharing. Regards
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