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  1. Hi, We've reached the time of the year that fills the water with salps and comb jellyfishes. Due to their transparent body and preference to wonder throughout the blue, picturing them is quite challenging. It is difficult to focus on them, reef background yields awful results and shooting angle with respect to light source is even more critical and limits composition. Trying to capture comb jellyfish lights is challenging becuase they are weak and change fast making long exposure inefficient. I've attached a photo I took during my last dive. Dive conditions were far from optimal for taking pictures in general but with the aid of some basic photo editing SW I maganed to get what you see. I'll be glad to read about your experience and get some tips.
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