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Found 44 results

  1. Down at 40 feet at Lembeh, standard size, shape, behavior.
  2. One picture of the paradise of the macro, Lembeh
  3. This nudi was at about 45 feet. I never saw bumps on a T. furtiva, though it otherwise looks like one here.
  4. Shrimp (?) at 50 feet at Lembeh.
  5. I think this parasite on Pleurosicya micheliI at Lembeh is pretty common, but I have not been able to locate a name or any info on it.
  6. This half inch nudi was found at 50 feet in Lembeh.
  7. This tiny little guy, maxing out at about two inches, was playing around in the sand at 35 feet at Lembeh.
  8. This delicate, red right-armed shrimp, about an inch long, was found last August at Lembeh at 60 feet. It has been published at least once by an ID site owner who also had no clue.
  9. This beautiful, very distinctive shrimp was at 70 feet, about one inch long. Could find nothing like him in books or web.
  10. I just finished going through the majority of my pictures from my wonderful trip to Lembeh this summer. I stayed at Critters at Lembeh Resort. What a wonderful resort and awesome guides. This is truly an awesome place for macro diving. Here are some of the pics from my trip: These are just a sampling of the pictures I took while there. More can be found at: http://www.seansydnorphotography.com/p487843184 I would also love to get IDs on critters I was not able to id. Please leave a comment if you know the id of the critter.
  11. My new video of small critters from the Lembeh Strait and Anilao. Filmed with a Panasonic GH4 in a Nauticam NA-GH4 housing with either 2 x Keldan Luna 4X lights or 2 x FIX Neo 1000 DX SW II lights. I used an Olympus M.Zuiko ED 12-50mm f3.5-6.3 EZ lens and a Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 60mm f/2.8 macro lens. On some shots I used a Nauticam Compact Macro Converter CMC-1. Xit404 tripod. The UHD footage was downsampled to 1920x1080, allowing me to crop and zoom. Only the wonderpus shot was stabilized. All feedback is welcome. Particularly, are there any weak shots, or uncomfortable edits? I may submit a refined version to a festival or two.
  12. Hi All, Another cry for help from me; I am not able to dive with TwoFIsh divers as I had planned. I want to do some macro photography around Lembeh Strait. I am looking to do some quite intensive diving around Lembeh strait to concentrate on macro photography so good guides and operators who are used to photographers and maybe even can offer photography advice. Can anyone recommend any operators who are used to this kind of diving and photography? Many thanks, Matt
  13. The near-white lacy bryozoan, Triphyllozoon inornatum, has been getting attention from divers over the past couple of years since various inhabitants were spotted living in them at Ambon. In this video from Lembeh was see the same species of bryozoan hosting a soon-to-be-described bryozoan goby, a bryozoan crab (Pachycheles garciaensis) and a bryozoan snapping shrimp (Synalpheus sp.). I originally made this as a quick video for a bryozoan specialist to confirm the ID of the bryozoan for Gerry Allen to put in his paper when he describes the goby, but I decided to make a bit more of it. Shot with a Panasonic GH4 in a Nauticam NA-GH4 housing. I used an Olympus M.Zuiko ED 12-50mm f3.5-6.3 EZ lens with Nauticam CMC (and the 60mm f2.8 macro lens for the crab shots).
  14. Can anyone tell me what the worm starting at 06:56 in this video from the Lembeh Strait might be? I mean the greenish one on the far right of the clip. Thanks
  15. I shot this footage of a sacoglossan (sap-sucking slug) in May in the Lembeh Strait. I was unable to find a match for it in my references, and Terry Gosliner (on the strength of 1 frame grab), reckoned it was a new species of Stiliger sp., so I made a little YouTube video of it. I particularly like how you can see the material traveling up and down the ducts of the digestive gland. Shot with my Panasonic GH4 in a Nauticam NA-GH4 housing. I used an Olympus M.Zuiko ED 60mm f2.8 macro lens and a Nauticam CMC. Quite a lot of the shots are cropped from 2160p to 1080p to give more effective magnification.
  16. Join Us for Our 4th Annual "Capturing Critters in Lembeh" Digital Imaging Workshop December 5-12, 2015 Back together again for a limited engagement! Hergen Spalink, Kerri Bingham and Steve Fish, our previous dive center management team and photo pro return to their old stomping grounds in Lembeh Strait where they will join together with support from our In-House Photo Pro Sascha Janson and In-House Marine Biologist Dimpy Jacobs for our Capturing Critters in Lembeh 2015 workshop. This well-rounded team of experts will provide presentations, seminars & one-on-one instruction. With their intimate knowledge from 3 years diving Lembeh Strait and photographing it’s “weird and unusual” marine life they have the inside scoop on topics they’ll be discussing; including the best time to photograph a critter, lighting and capturing images in this unique environment plus finishing and editing strategies. During the workshop Steve will be focused on helping videographers enhance the quality of their work and improve their skills when taking their underwater videos. This is the perfect workshop for learning the pros’ techniques and skills to get the images and video footage you’ve always wanted to produce. Included in this unique 8 – Day Workshop: • Daily seminars by our professional presenters on a wide range of customized topics followed by practical in-water application. • “Office Hours” (one-on-one) time with the pros: maximize your learning curve during surface intervals and master the techniques presented or sort out your processing woes. • Unsurpassed dive guide attention and superlative resort service to compliment the entire event. • 7 nights & 17 guided boat dive • 3:1 diver to guide ratio • Unlimited guided house reef dives • Nitrox for all dives • Wide Angle day trip outside of Straits • Daily fruit basket & cookies in room • Complimentary 30 minute Spa treatment • 20% Discount on all Spa bookings • Complimentary Lembeh cocktail during Resort welcome US$2,550 per person in Deluxe Ocean view cottage – double or twin shared Price includes: airport transfers, all meals, snacks, coffee, tea, unlimited drinking water and taxes. For additional information about the photo pros view our webpage. For reservations click here or contact your favorite dive travel agent.
  17. Can anyone help me identify this juvenile filefish from TK in the Lembeh Strait? Paramonacanthus choirocephalus perhaps? Or maybe Acreichthys tomentosus?
  18. Here's one I made a while back, but I finally have had chance to upload in 4K to Youtube. please let me know if the 4K option is working for you. It was a great experience and we must have taken our guests several times a day for the few days it was going off. Such a lot of fun being in a school like that.
  19. Traveled to NAD resort on May 5 to May 16. Very long trip-stayed in Ambassador transit hotel when I got to Singapore, then left for Manado in the morning. No problems connecting with transport to NAD which takes about an hour from airport. The Underwater Tribe photo workshop was scheduled at the same time so I got to have a personal guide for my stay since I was doing video. Lembeh lives up to it's reputation as the critter dive you want to do. NAD is not a luxury resort but it is good. Large camera room, charging stations, friendly staff. The rooms are basic with air and good showers. Saw so many of the critters that I wanted to see-blue ring, wonderpus, many ghost pipefish, bobbi worm and more. If you are a hard core muck diver-this is the place you to go.
  20. Some images from last December 13, with Nauticam SMC (Super Macro Converter) + multiplier (prototype) in Lembeh, Indonesia. SMC yeild great magnification and corner sharpness. 5dmk3, 100mm + SMC, f/8, 1/200 5dmk3, 100mm (+1.4tc) + SMC, f/16, 1/200 5dmk3, 100mm + SMC + multiplier, f/22, 1/200 5dmk3, 100mm + SMC, f/9, 1/60 5D3, 100mm (+1.4tc) + SMC, f/20, 1/200 5D3, 100mm (+1.4tc) + SMC, f/29, 1/200 (The image below is about 100 % crop).
  21. We are pleased to announce the second annual Underwater Tribe/NAD Lembeh Underwater Photography workshop for May 2014. Even better, we are adding a second location to this wonderful photographic experience: a week of learning all about Wide Angle photography in the beautiful Bunaken National Park at the all new Thalassa Dive Resort. In 2013, our five day photo workshop at NAD filled up very quickly and many folks suggested that a few days longer would have been a great addition to the class. Well, this year we listened to everyone’s desires and we have broken it down into two distinct, yet interlaced, programs. You can join us for 6 nights in Lembeh or 6 nights in Bunaken or for the true photo-holics, why not join us for all 12! It’s going to be a great event and we are looking forward to it already. May is one of the best months of the year in both Lembeh and Bunaken 7-13 May 2014 NAD Lembeh Resort Site of our original workshop and the best muck diving on the planet, the Lembeh Strait will be our home for 6 nights and 17 dives. We will arrive on the 7th and have an “Introduction and Set Up” evening before starting the diving portion of the event on the 8th. Our daily schedule will include 3 dives per day on the 8-12th and a final 2 dives on the morning of the 13th. Each day will also include afternoon and evening presentations from the photo instructors on a range of photography subjects from the basics to advanced macro techniques. As per usual with an Underwater Tribe photo workshop, the instructors will dive with slates instead of cameras and help every participant with “one on one” underwater instruction. We will also offer one to one photo critiquing each evening so that everyone gets a better understanding of what went right and what went wrong with their photos. As we are diving in one of the best muck and macro destinations on the planet, we will be concentrating more on macro photography techniques during this portion of the workshop but basic lighting techniques will also be discussed. 13-19 May at Thalassa Resort Feedback from last year’s successful photo workshop included several people requesting more “Wide Angle” for future workshops, therefore, we have listened and have included a Wide Angle week at the all new Thalassa Resort in the Bunaken National Park. We have scheduled our arrival at Thalassa on the 13th of May until the 19th. We plan to do two dives in Lembeh on the 13th along with lunch while packing our bags and heading over to Thalassa that afternoon. On the 13th evening we will discuss plans for the rest of our time in the Bunaken side of north Sulawesi and start diving with Thalassa the following morning. For anyone interested in just the Bunaken portion of the workshop they would arrive on the 13th. Our schedule is for 3 dives per day on the 14th -17th, 2 on the 18th and departure on the 19th. We will be concentrating more on wide angle and advanced techniques while diving the walls of Bunaken along with the wonderful reefs closer to the resort. The best thing about our 2014 workshop is that you can choose between a Lembeh workshop, a Bunaken workshop or get the biggest bang for your buck by joining us for both sessions and bring your underwater photography to the next level! The NAD Lembeh portion of this workshop includes 6 nights in a beachfront room, all meals, 17 boat dives, photo tuition and the seminar, transport from the airport for $1260 USD per person based on twin sharing. A single supplement is available for people who don’t want to share a room for $30 per night. There are also bungalow options available for $1367 per person based on twin sharing. For the Thalassa/Bunaken option the price is $1050 for 14 dives, photo tuition and seminar, transfer based on twin sharing. A single supplement is available for $120. For those lucky enough to be able to spend two weeks with us and enjoy diving in both Lembeh and Bunaken with 12 nights and 31 dives we offer a great promotional “combo package” for $2195 per person based on a twin share basis. We are expecting this trip to fill up very quickly after the success of last years offering, therefore, please contact us for more information and booking details at info@underwatertribe.com Or visit our website at www.underwatertribe.com as well as our Facebook Page
  22. Join Us For Our 3rd Annual “Capturing Critters in Lembeh” Digital Imaging Workshop December 3 – 13, 2014 Adobe expert Erin Quigley and UW Photo pioneer Keri Wilk join together with support from our In-House Photo Pro Sascha Janson and In-House Marine Biologist Dimpy Jacobs for our Capturing Critters in Lembeh 2014 workshop. This well-rounded team of experts will provide presentations, seminars & one-on-one time on topics including the best time to photograph a critter, creative shooting and lighting techniques, and finishing and editing strategies. This is the perfect workshop for learning the pros’ techniques and skills to get the images you’ve always wanted to produce. Included in this unique 10-Day Workshop: • Daily seminars by our professional presenters on a wide range of customized topics followed by practical in-water application. • ”Office Hours” (one-on-one) time with the pros: maximize your learning curve during surface intervals and master the techniques presented or sort out your processing woes. • Unsurpassed dive guide attention and superlative resort service to compliment the entire event. • 10 nights & 24 guided boat dives Follow this link to find out more: 3rd Annual Capturing Critters in Lembeh UW Workshop Dec 3-13 2014 - Hosted by Lembeh Resort & Critters@Lembeh in North Sulawesi, Indonesia Workshop Flyer 2014 v10Jan-1 rev2LOW.pdf
  23. Last november I shot some video in Lembeh with an Olympus E-PL5 en 2 Sola 2000 lights. After some experiments with Adobe Premiere, this short movie of all kinds of scorpionfishes is the first result. I'm working on a longer film with all kind of Lembeh-creatures. Your feedback will be very useful for me in the process of editing that one. I know there aren't that many people using an Olympus for shooting video, but already having that camera I wanted to try it and I'm happy with the quality of the footage. Olympus E-PL5 Olympus 14-42 mm Olympus 60 mm macro Panasonic 45 mm macro 2x Light and Motion Sola 2000
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