Donnerstag, 3. Februar 2011

Below The Sea Leve vol. 1

A few shots from my actual work.

A colorful insight into the fantastic world below sea level. I carry on most of my dives my camera to catch the impressive encounters with the creatures of the sea. Sometimes these creatures are really tiny, not even 1cm in length, sometimes they are really huge. Some of them are just nice to see and completely harmless to humans. Others can be really dangerous but most of them are quiet peaceful. I shot these pictures on various trips to Thailand, especially at the Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock and some Divesites close to the Phi Phi Islands. 

My below the sea level pictures were shot with my NIKON D200 DSLR with a NIKKOR AF-S VR 105mm, f 1:2.8 ED Micro Nikkor lens, a NIKKOR AF-S DX 12-24mm, f 1:4 G ED-IF zoom lens and a NIKKOR AF-S 10,5mm f 1.2,8 G ED Fisheye lens. The camera was carried in a SEACAM SILVER for D200 underwater housing with a macroport and a Superdome Port. I used SEA&SEA YS110 Flashes. All the fine tuning was made in Adobe Photoshop CS5 and Apple Aperture 3.

If you like to dive around Phuket, Thailand, I recommend my favorite diving base: SeaBees Diving!

Enjoy, Alfredo Briccola

Legal: All pictures in the «Onehundred ISO Photography» Blog are property of Alfredo Briccola. It is strictly not allowed to copy, alter or use this pictures for print, electronic media or other media without the permission of the creator.

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