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Just returned from the Bahamas where we did Bimini and Cat island in succession. Luckily there were stil some 'hammies' left at Bimini and the end of the season. The Oceanics of Cat island were an amazing experience. But shooting them is pretty difficult, since you are hanging in the blue and miss the nice sandy floor of Bimini to kneel on. Here a stills sequence of a shark feed by Neil Watson at Bimini: 9 shots taken in 4 secs with the D7200 and Tokina 10-17. The shark making almost a full turn.

see further https://www.flickr.com/photos/fttpwwwflickrcomalbert/?saved=1

 

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Very cool, Albert!

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This is one great sequence! I think it is very cool how you let fisheye to distort the head of a creachure as strange as hammerhead. Very very nicely done.

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For more details of our trip, have a look at the latest issue of Peter Rowlands Magazine, pages 75-78

http://www.uwpmag.com/

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