Indonesia Date: April 1, 2013Author: Erik Category: Asia Tags: bunaken, diving, fish, Indonesia, Photography, Scuba, Scuba Diving, turtle, under water, under water photography Post navigation ← Thailand Cambodia → Click on an image to open the full gallery. Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrPocketEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
Really Nice Photos :)!!! What Camera Setup do You Have ?
I am using a Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 in an Ikelite housing for the under water shots.
Oh Great 🙂 And What Strobes are You Using ?
I have a D300 in Ikelite Housing and Two DS 160 Strobes
I have a single smaller strobe, can’t remember which one. I used to use the D300s for my above water photography but purchased the D800 last year and am thinking of getting the Ikelite case for it.
If you liked my underwater photography you may want to check out a friend of mine at http://www.flickr.com/photos/globalvoyager/ he taught me most of what I know on scuba, underwater photography, and editing.
Also I would love to see some of your shots if you have a site.
D800 Thats Awesome 🙂
Oh Great 🙂
Yes Will Definately Check Out The site
Well I Am Working on My Website, Once It Goes Online I Will Sent You a Link for Sure 🙂
I have Uploaded Some of My Photos On This Site
You can check them out Here –
Thank you for sharing, you have some very nice photos.
I Am Going Through Your Friends Photos Links
The Photos are Really Good, Some Are Really Awesome 🙂
Thankyou For Sharing Them with Me 🙂
I am packing my bags to go join my friend in Papua New Guinea for some underwater photography.
Oh Lovely :), Have a Great Time Clicking :), Dive Safe 🙂
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