Exploring the Wet World of Diving Digitally & Not A Porn Site
School of Bat Fish at Stern of Wreck
Taken in the Philippines at the stern of a wreck with a Nikon D800 at 1/200 sec., F4, ISO 100 with a Nikon 16-35mm wide angle lens@ 16mm.
2 Divers Along Side of Wreck
Taken in the Philippines along starboard side of a wreck with a Nikon D800 at 1/320 sec., F5, ISO 400 with a Nikon 16-35mm wide angle lens@ 16mm.
Moorish Idol (Zanclus cornutus) on the Toilet of a Wreck
Taken in Phuket while diving a wreck, I spotted this Moorish Idol taking a private moment on the privy with a Nikon D800 using a wide angle 16-35 mm Nikon Lens @ 1/30 sec., F8, ISO 160, @ 19 mm.
Bat Fish over Alma Jane Wreck
Taken in Puerta Galera, Philippines. This is the Alma Jane Wreck where I shot with a Tokina 10-17mm Canon lens with a Canon T3i into the sun with Bat Fish and a Diver swimming away.
Diver Light Contrasting Bat Fish
Inside the hull of the Alma Jane Wreck, a diver was using his light and some bat fish were in front of the light when I took this photo.
Diver Above the Hull Looking Down
This diver was about to take a photo down into the hull when I was shooting up from inside the hull of this wreck to get the contrast of the light.
Silver Fish Inside the Cabin
I went inside the cabin of this sunken sail boat which was pitch black. Took some photos of the school of silver fish that gathered inside the cabin which gave a nice contrast.
Inside the Hull
This is a brighter version of the inside of the hull of the wreck. Currents were strong on the outside but not in the hull.
Alma Jane Above
This was taken while descending down the line with strong currents towards the wreck of the ship.
Inside the Hull with Diver
Inside the hull of this wreck, my guide was posing for me as I was taking this photo to get some contrast with the opening in the background and him (Jamie) for prospective.
Chinese Junk Wreck
Take a close look at the air bubbles coming up from the diver on the right. When I zoomed in I noticed something strange, to me, the bubble looks like the formation of an angel or person. If you click to the next photo, I cropped the photo so you can get a better look. This was not photo shopped.
What does the bubbles look like?
Cropped photo that was not photo shopped other than cleaned up to remove particles and add contrast. Looks like the formation of an angel or person to me. What do you think?
Looked Like A Train Approaching
When I took this photo inside the dark hull of this wreck, two divers where shining their lights at the same time when I turned. I thought train or car was approaching for a split second.