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Gabrial

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  1. As far as lenses go, the accepted "go to" lenses are the tokina 10-17 fisheye for wide angle, and either a nikkor 60 mm 2.8 macro (d or g version), or 105 mm. I have the 60 mm, which I find great. You need to get a little closer for macro shots, but I think provides an easier working distance to also shoot fish portraits.usd
  2. Hello everyone,, I am Gabrial,,, u/w photo columnist and contributing editor for Diver (Canada) magazine and doing the same thing also for a French Canadian scuba diving magazine named "En profondeur" (litterally into the deep). Besides writing and photographing for those magazines and as a freelancer for other publications in North America and abroad, I also produce multimedia (what we used to call multi-image in the slide show days) presentations, give lectures, workshops and seminars on diving related subjects...
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