Snorkeling

Discussion in 'Just For Fun!' started by (Ghastly) Krueger, Sep 27, 2007.

  1. (Ghastly) Krueger

    (Ghastly) Krueger TPF Noob!

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    I took these while snorkeling in Cozumel. The deep ones were taken in the Chankanaab national park, the shallow ones a few feet from the hotel beach.
    I was really exited about making some underwater shooting but I couldn't afford an underwater case for my camera or other alternatives, so I went for the cheap one: disposable!
    So no focusing, all settings fixed, tiny viewfinder, ISO 800 film and no flash. (I couldn't get my hands on a disposable underwater with flash:()

    These are scans from the prints. Since the quality is so low, I posted them here.
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    It was fun, though!
     
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    Oh man, looks like so much fun. I've always wanted to try that.
    Now that I think if it, I have a friend that lived in Cozumel..
     
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    Is that a cannon in that one shot?

    Very fun looking!
     
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    Sure looks like it. That must have been a pretty neat place to shoot.
     
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    It was a really neat experience. Hope you can make it there sometime
    *Visit Mexico*

    No, my canon stayed home... uh, sorry :p, yep, an old Spanish cannon. One of the recent hurricanes dug it out of the sea bottom.

    I was very lucky. I got there right between 2 hurricanes and got very nice weather.

    Thanks for your comments everyone!
     

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