Wildlife Wednesday – Underwater at Wakatobi, Indonesia!


A quite popular French diver as soon as referred to as Indonesia’s Wakatobi an underwater Nirvana. I am not heading to quibble with Jacques Cousteau. Previous week I traveled with really great mates and significant underwater images gearheads (which I am not) to this island archipelago. My mates endured dropped baggage and had to lease machines, and I, a fish out of water executing underwater digital camera do the job, battled towards much better-than-anticipated currents, a leaking mask, and balky SD cards. Fortuitously on the previous pair times of shooting points labored themselves out  and I managed to get a handful of actually great pictures that will suit pretty nicely in the huge new wildlife e-book coming out upcoming year!

One of the a lot more challenging facets of photographing underwater in this and equivalent areas are venomous fish – in this case, scorpion fish. On best of handling the underwater camera method while trying to remain steady in a complicated recent and not scaring away my topics, I also experienced to preserve myself from disturbing the sea ground. At a single stage my underwater guide and myself ended up balancing ourselves on a very small wood dowel stuck into the sea ground to test to stabilize ourselves. It wasn’t uncomplicated, but it was truly worth it – love the images!

I made use of a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV digital camera with an EF8-15mm f/4L FISHEYE USM lens in a Nauticam underwater housing.


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