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Borrowed a canon 60mm f/2.8 prime and a flat port for my housing to try my luck at macro stuff. Also as i'd never seen seahorses before and becoming convinced they were a combination of narcosis and bits of grass i thought i'd try to prove that point and jump in looking for some.

First impressions, macro shots with a prime are way harder than wide angle. I have to move, subject moves, the bottom moves, everything moves! Lighting is also far harder than i thought. Going to play a lot more but its completely different to the wide angle stuff im used to.

I failed to spot either sea horse, the divemaster trainee did though. The things are just invisible to me.



A seahorse


Another


Yep..Another


Lionfish



How the hell the DMT spotted this one i don't know. Blended in perfectly.


Anenomefish. Compulsory to shoot one on every dive


Anenomefish attacking the port

Moray


Really cross looking burrfish


Scorpion fish
 

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lovely shots mate

keep that camera clicking and posting up the results


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