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Images from Red Sea Alex Mustard Workshop 2019

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Time to try some new techniques as well as old well known stuff

 

Classic shots

 

Wreck exteriors in BW

 

48220923201_25992dab33_k.jpgDivers Exploring Giannis D by Interceptor121, on Flickr

 

Split shot with 7" dome and 8-18mm rectilinear

 

48220947456_e3b17a4073_k.jpgSunset Neat by Interceptor121, on Flickr

 

Slow shutter wreck interiors

 

48220990592_c2f8d78452_k.jpgExhaust Bike by Interceptor121, on Flickr

 

Silhouette

 

48221101386_ec53542cd3_k.jpgVertigo by Interceptor121, on Flickr

 

Sunburst and schools

 

48220954241_23e32dc8a8_k.jpgSunburst Snap by Interceptor121, on Flickr

 

New techniques at least for me

 

Filter on lens and strobe

 

48221001547_968a8cff97_k.jpgfive in a row by Interceptor121, on Flickr

 

Off camera lighting

 

48220992537_d230889aee_k.jpgIgnition by Interceptor121, on Flickr

 

Balanced wide angle light

 

48221149702_77bc97a53a_k.jpgHoles in the wall by Interceptor121, on Flickr

 

Bokeh

 

48221158842_a66d056a17_k.jpgLemon Bokeh by Interceptor121, on Flickr

 

Super macro CMC + 60mm

 

48221161812_8c3a1f163e_k.jpgAARGH! by

Interceptor121, on Flickr

 

Full album here https://flic.kr/s/aHsmESSsBK

 

All taken with Panasonic GH5 and Sea and Sea YS-D2 (I know they will break...)

 

Happy for critique help requests or both

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Nice set of pics!

Grazie Maestro!!!

 

 

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The under over and the single motorcycle in the hold ( in the full album) are my favorites.

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Great pictures!

I just finished Mr. Mustard's great book while on vacations in Roatan and it's nice to see live examples of his techniques being applied. I love the AAARGH but it also illustrate how tough it is to get both eyes in sync.

Cheers!

Dj)

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Great pictures!

I just finished Mr. Mustard's great book while on vacations in Roatan and it's nice to see live examples of his techniques being applied. I love the AAARGH but it also illustrate how tough it is to get both eyes in sync.

Cheers!

Dj)

Am not sure I understand the comment? I have head on shots with the eyes aligned but the image I chose is one that has a human expression. That eyes are not fully in synch i care much less.

I also shot this with a single strobe to cast a hard shadow on purpose

 

 

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