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ocean 07

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Published: July 27, 2006
© 2006 - 2020 Zyklotrop
Picture 7 of my ocean series.
Taken mostly in 2005.
I'm quite new to underwater-photography, so take it easy on me... :D
But please feel free to comment!

edit:
This species is called Crown Jellyfish.

Other photos from that trip:
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To be seen in my underwater gallery [link]

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Image size
600x800px 354.12 KB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 20D
Shutter Speed
1/80 second
Aperture
F/7.1
Focal Length
39 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Aug 19, 2005, 3:57:21 PM
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Nature-as-isHobbyist Photographer
:wave: Your amazing image has been featured here: [link]
meihua's avatar
This is amazing.
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Starfire4Hobbyist Artist
!D:
:D
good photo
GOOD WORK!
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Ravnka Photographer
Wow! 0_0
So clear, amazing job :heart:
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basca666 Photographer
Awesome capture.
sky00reed's avatar
sky00reedHobbyist Digital Artist
Wow! Thanks for showing us the beauty of underwater life.
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sublimelove4lifeHobbyist Photographer
Feature here : [link]
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Spaz-studiosStudent General Artist
so many wonderful and strange creatures that we share this planet with. wonderful photography here :o
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OLSandersPhotographyProfessional Photographer
Beautiful !
Ayaki-Sakura's avatar
Whoa!!! That's so cool!
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ZyklotropProfessional General Artist
:D
Thanks!
arourallis's avatar
Its so odd, I can honestly say I've never heard of this species. Its really pretty though :heart:
I somehow came up with the name 'jellemoniefish' before reading the comment XD
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ZyklotropProfessional General Artist
:D
AS i said it took a long time to find out it's name. I used to call it "Latexfish". :lol:
arourallis's avatar
Its hard to find the name of species you've never seen before, especially if it is a particularly varied group of animals. The one vice of every nature photographer XD
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I love the lighting! And the fish in the corner is great
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ZyklotropProfessional General Artist
:)
Thanks! :thanks:
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Sesh-Fairy Photographer
Hello, you've been featured in my Journal here:[link] & my news article here:[link] showcasing around 80 magical deviations. (please :+favlove: the article so more can see it).

Well done.

:heart: Stef
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ZyklotropProfessional General Artist
Thank you very much! :hug:
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dark-prince-frProfessional Photographer
how does your submarine equipment cost you ?
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ZyklotropProfessional General Artist
Really depends on what you get. If you've got a digicam of one of the better known manufacturers, like e.g. Canon or Olympus, you can buy wetboxes for relatively low prices. If you hav a DSLR it'll cost you more. Some companies, like Olympus, sell wetboxes for their DSLRs. Those are mostly made of plastic and not really cheap. The best and most expensive wetboxes you can buy are custommade ones of companies that specialise on wetboxes. Those are mainly made of alluminum or carbon fibre and cost up to €3000,-.
You'll also have to buy at least one submersible flash and those are also quite expensive. All in all I'd say you'll have to invest between €2500,- to €3000,- to be well equiped. Underwater photography is quite expensive.
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dark-prince-frProfessional Photographer
Ok Thx and I imagine it takes some time before being able to produce nice shot ?
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ZyklotropProfessional General Artist
Yes! First of all you'll have to become both a skilled diver and a skilled photographer. If you can't keep a neutral buoyancy without concentrating on it or kicking your legs, then it's no use to start trying to take photos. Same aplies to your camera, you have to know it and what you're doing. No use trying to figure out stuff while under the surface. Once you've managed to be a skilled diver and photographer, the last step will be to know about the "objekts", e.g. fish. Know where to look for them at what time and how they behave, then how you should behave to get close enough to take a good photo. :-)
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