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Postby Alcadhrim » Mon May 31, 2010 1:18 am

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Perca fluviatilis, Plate Taille Lake, Belgium
It is the place where I dive the most frequently. Visibility is usually < 3m, the depth here around 15m in the middle of the afternoon (Nikon D60, one YS 110a,35mm (18-55), F 4,8, Speed 1/60, Iso 400)
It was the very first time I used my camera. I would like to avoid particles but I'm afraid that the strobes will light too much the top of the "wreck" -in fact an old bus-. What do you think?
Image A young Perca at the same place
Image For the fun this is the dive site

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Those last 3 shoots in Zeeland, The NEtherlands, Den Osse, Depth 12m (approximatively) the gear is the same.
I used the camera underwater for the second time :lol:
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Postby scottg » Mon May 31, 2010 1:43 pm

these look great, esp. #1 & #4. You're off to a good start

don't be afraid to use a faster shutter speed when you want less ambient light (which will lack color) and more strobe light

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