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Anilao February 2009 - Thru My Eyes.

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Once again, I was in Anilao and here are some of the shots to share... Happy viewing! :P

 

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Ed.

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Just a few more... :P

 

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That's all folks... Thanks for viewing! :lol:

 

Ed.

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Incredible shots. What timing on the flamboyant cuttle fish!

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Superb work as always Ed!!

What is on the first picture?

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Just a few more... :P

 

 

That's all folks... Thanks for viewing! :lol:

 

Ed.

 

 

Thanks for posting them, very well done.

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Beautiful shots! Is the first one taken through the bottom of a whiskey/beer glass??

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Just a few more... :P

 

 

 

 

 

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That's all folks... Thanks for viewing! :lol:

 

Ed.

 

What was the dive site that you saw this unusual Pygmy seahorse? The ones at Dead Palm look different than this one...

Thanks,,

Robin

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Wow, every shot is a winner!

 

I haven't seen such a perfect sequence of photos in a long time.

 

Richard.

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I'll bet you that first one is part of a Jeepny. I wish I had gotten some pix of them - they are amazing.

 

Cheers

James

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Superb work as always Ed!!

What is on the first picture?

 

Beautiful shots! Is the first one taken through the bottom of a whiskey/beer glass??

 

Thanks fellas.

 

Bingo, Haggis.

It's a shot of the sunset, thru an empty glass. :P

 

Ed.

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What was the dive site that you saw this unusual Pygmy seahorse? The ones at Dead Palm look different than this one...

Thanks,,

Robin

 

This one is not from Dead Palm... I'm sorry that I can't disclose the site, as I have made a promise to the DC. I was told that some divers are quite inconsiderate and we just found this one on this trip. The last couple was gone for almost a few months... Hope you understand.

 

Ed.

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Ed Man rocks...those are some beautiful images. Love them all but my favourite are the Frogfish, FC fish(great timing) and the pygmy.

 

Keep them coming Ed ...made my day :P:lol:

 

Cheers,

 

Diggy

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Ed Man rocks...those are some beautiful images. Love them all but my favourite are the Frogfish, FC fish(great timing) and the pygmy.

 

Keep them coming Ed ...made my day :P:lol:

 

Cheers,

 

Diggy

 

 

Hear hear Ed-You rock and roll!!

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First post :lol: Glad to be here.

 

Amazing pics, Ed. Seeing this from a P & S blows me away..they've come a long way.

 

You do all of this with the Canon housing, adapter, one Z240 flash and double-stacked macro lenses?...impressive.

 

Newbie question, will this adapter work with other macro lenses other than the Inon?

 

Are there any WA options, or do you just use the camera's 28mm (well, not really 28 mm UW)?

 

Thanks for sharing. Please post more pics as they come. :P

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Incredible shots. What timing on the flamboyant cuttle fish!

 

 

 

 

Both of you have some great stuff !!!!!! What type of camera setup are you both using? Thanks for sharing your work!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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wow, very nice.... what kind of camera??? thanks just lovely

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wow, very nice.... what kind of camera??? thanks just lovely

 

He has a Canon G 10 in an OEM housing , with one Inon flash and one macro lense from Inon only ..and he does a great work and wonderful pictures with it !!

Congratulations Ed !! :aggressive:

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Amazing.......................

 

I'm scared of the day that you get your hands on a DSLR!

 

Cal

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wow

 

Excellent shots , really making the most of the G10 , you should get commission from canon for increasing sales.

 

Matty

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Wow... Thanks for all of the kind words, fellas.

It's definitely an honor to received such wonderful comment from you all... :aggressive:

 

Ed.

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Awesome stuff.

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First post :notworthy: Glad to be here.

 

Amazing pics, Ed. Seeing this from a P & S blows me away..they've come a long way.

 

You do all of this with the Canon housing, adapter, one Z240 flash and double-stacked macro lenses?...impressive.

 

Newbie question, will this adapter work with other macro lenses other than the Inon?

 

Are there any WA options, or do you just use the camera's 28mm (well, not really 28 mm UW)?

 

Thanks for sharing. Please post more pics as they come. :aggressive:

 

Hi DiverKKC,

 

Just like what Girelle said:

 

He has a Canon G 10 in an OEM housing , with one Inon flash and one macro lense from Inon only... :)

 

That's why it's hard to attach any WA lens on it so I can only use the built in 28mm... However, as for the macros, no problemo. The adapter works with any 67mm threaded lenses... :)

 

Ed.

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Amazing.......................

 

I'm scared of the day that you get your hands on a DSLR!

 

Cal

 

:aggressive::lol::notworthy: You must be kidding me, Cal...

I think have a long way to go and don't think I'll be touching any DSLRs, anytime soon. I can only shoot when I'm doing my own leisure diving, most of the time I have to guide... :)

 

Ed.

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wow

 

Excellent shots , really making the most of the G10 , you should get commission from canon for increasing sales.

 

Matty

 

Thanks Matt,

 

I can only wish they would... :aggressive:

 

Ed.

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:aggressive::lol::notworthy: You must be kidding me, Cal...

I think have a long way to go and don't think I'll be touching any DSLRs, anytime soon. I can only shoot when I'm doing my own leisure diving, most of the time I have to guide... :)

 

Ed.

 

And where are you lucky enough to be a guide??

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