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These are few underwater shots which i took using my always reliable Powershot s110 in nauticam housing.... sorry for the qualilty ( it is really small files).. your critics are much sought after... :notworthy:

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Wow, well done - these are really neat pics.

 

I think the one of the blue-ringed octopus is one of the best I have seen of that particular critter. Was it really in mid-water? Likewise the painted frogfish?

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+1 to what Tim said, that's an awesome blue-ringed octopus. And the clownfish are nice too. The nudibranch seems a bit over-sharpened?

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thanks Tim.... the blue ring got agitated by my presence, yes it is a benthic species... it is a cropped image by the way.. otherwise, you'll see clearly why the blue ringed is in mid-water.. and yes i agreed with you Coinee.. the nudibranch is over sharpened... the raw file is deleted by mistake.. there's no way for me to make proper corrections.. :-)

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You got some really nice looking shots. I enjoyed them. What lenses and strobes did you use?

 

Also, it would help a lot of other S-110 shooters if you would add a few notes for each picture as to the camera and strobe settings. Your comments about any special techniques used for those images would also be helpful. Thanks for sharing.

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