Just as I was leaving for a long vacation last month, I received a few honors that I didn’t get to properly revel in. Being in a foreign country without internet left me unable to toot my horn, so to speak, so I will belatedly honk away now.
Underwater Macro Photography eMAG featured one of my photos in their top ten for the months of September/October. Click on the Magazine link to see all the beautiful images that were featured. Below is the image of mine that was featured:
The image is of a Hopkins Rose, a tiny nudibranch that is found in Southern California. It measures around 5mm and can be seen at some of the Channel Islands and along the California Coast.
Another fun honor, was having my review of Sea&Sea’s YS-D2 strobe published by Dive Photo Guide.
Take a look at the article if you are interested. I can’t say enough good things about the YS-D2 strobe. It is a great improvement over the already excellent YS-D1.
Stay tuned for some new and inspiring images from Indonesia. I’ve been enjoying a solid two weeks in my under water studio and can hardly wait to process the images and post some of them here. In the mean time, here is one from Lembeh.
This image is of an anemone fish caring for its eggs. Both the male and the female will aerate the eggs by blowing water over them with their mouths or their fins. The male has the toughest job though, because the female will scrutinize how well he does his job, and if it isn’t up to her standard, she will rid herself of him!
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My photographs are taken with a Nikon D810 in Sea and Sea Housing using two YS-D1 Strobes.
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