Fish In Cavern

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  1. sabbath999

    sabbath999 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    EXIF: Sealife DC1000 point & shoot, 7.8 mm with wide angle wet lens, macro, 1/205 at f/5.7, dual strobes, ISO 64

    Visibility on this dive was REALLY horrible, I was able to get REALLY close to this little fish (he's about 4 inches across) with a wide angle wet lens adapter... that looks like a big cavern behind the fish, but in reality it isn't a yard back there to the opening. Taken about 12 feet under water, New Melle Quarry near St. Louis, July 3, 2009.
     
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    really liking the composition in this - good placing of the fish with that dark corner and the brighter opening in the background. I looked at the shot for a while and I have wondered if a bit of selective contrast boosting (esp in the background areas) might help the shot just a little with some of the fuzzyness.
     

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