Bioluminescent Bay

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  1. txshutterbug

    txshutterbug TPF Noob!

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    I will soon be traveling to Puerto Rico where a world famous bioluminescent bay, Mosquito Bay, is located. There is a natural glow in the water when it is touched... very cool! :D

    Here is a link to a description of the bay:

    http://www.biobay.com/

    I understand that this is very hard to photograph, but I don't want to leave without taking my best shot at it!

    Has anyone made this type of photograph before? Any advice would be really appreciated!!

    Thanks!!
     
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    i'm not too sure, but i think a long exposure with your lens open as wide as possible would work. maybe set off the flash at some point if there is a person/object in the shot that you want to include.
    i noticed that the person who set up that website sort of explains how they shot theirs if you look under the photos.
    that's pretty crazy. good luck! :)
     
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    Use a tripod and set the camera to manual. Then you can experiment and hopefully get some great photos.
     

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