Tulamben Bali No 2

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Postby Karl » Tue Aug 17, 2010 2:40 am

Here are a couple more shots from my trip to Tulamben.

Sea & Sea DX-1G in Av mode ISO 100

Coral Grouper at shrimp cleaning station - F4.4, 1/68 sec, focal lenght (FL) 15mm

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Feather Star - F3.7, 1/32 sec, FL 6mm

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Soft Coral - F4.1, 1/30 sec, FL 5mm

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Comments and criticism welcome 8-)

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Postby bvanant » Tue Aug 17, 2010 7:59 pm

Very nice, I like the cleaner shrimp one a lot.
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Postby din » Sat Aug 21, 2010 7:03 am

Nice. Love the Feather Star. have you try to crop it tighter?
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Postby Karl » Mon Aug 23, 2010 7:12 pm

din wrote:Nice. Love the Feather Star. have you try to crop it tighter?


Hi Din,

Sorry for the late reply - no I haven't cropped it it is as shot. I still need lots of practice on my wide angle.

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Postby din » Mon Aug 23, 2010 8:51 pm

Karl wrote:
din wrote:Nice. Love the Feather Star. have you try to crop it tighter?


Hi Din,

Sorry for the late reply - no I haven't cropped it it is as shot. I still need lots of practice on my wide angle.

Karl


Well, its not bad at all. How long have you had this camera?
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Postby Karl » Tue Aug 24, 2010 1:27 am

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Well, its not bad at all. How long have you had this camera?[/quote]

I have had the Sea & Sea DX-1G for just over 2 years. Unfortunately most of my local dives sites are not suitable for wide angle photography due to very poor visibility (lots of silt and floaty crap in the water) so for most of the time I shoot macro. This was really the first time that I have had the chance to try out the WA with this camera.

Thanks for the comments.

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Postby matt s » Tue Aug 31, 2010 1:43 am

Nice shots Karl. I think you have done a great job.
I just got home today so will put some up from my trip soon.
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Postby Karl » Wed Sep 01, 2010 2:47 am

Matt,

Thanks for that - I got some real crackers - also posted some others on the Ausphotography website.

I look forward to seeing yours and congradulations on your win in the Bryon Bay Shootout I saw that in the Aug issue of Divelog.

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