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Cayman - Picture of the Day

Discussion in 'Cayman Islands' started by -hh, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. hilljo88

    hilljo88 Barracuda

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    They’re hoping someone will give them a lionfish snack
     
  2. Soloist

    Soloist Solo Diver

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  3. KathyV

    KathyV ScubaBoard Supporter ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Lightning over the North Sound. - Photo: Andrea Iallorenzi

    Photographer captures Cayman lightning storm
    August 8, 2019
    Andrea Iallorenzi of Cayman Islands Photos was out in Wednesday night’s storm on Grand Cayman and took this photograph of lightning over the North Sound.

    He shot the photo by the Barcadere George Town Yacht Club around 10pm, as lightning and thunder rocked the island.

    He described how he captured the shot, combining a long-exposure with compositing.

    “The camera I am using, an Olympus M5 mark II (micro 4/3) With kit lenses 14-42mm, was set with an ISO 200 14mm at 1 second.

    “Once the camera is set for the first shot – I had to use manual focus as the sound was very dark – and it works by first taking a base image and after that first exposure, it takes a series of further exposures while registering only the parts that have new bright pixels in them.

    “It took me about 10 minutes to take the shot.”

    Photographer captures Cayman lightning storm | Cayman Compass
     
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  4. stronj1

    stronj1 Barracuda

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    Masked Hamlet at Plymouth Rock dive site in Cayman Brac (first time finding one of these beauties!)
     
  5. Redfoot

    Redfoot Regular of the Pub

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    Not a picture, but the owners of LDS just got back from an industry week type trip to Brac and got this footage:

    I am extremely jealous!

     
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  6. BrackaFish

    BrackaFish Angel Fish

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  7. cgills

    cgills Barracuda

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    A day late, but in honor of National Octopus Day, some Octo Love, photo taken just off the dock at Cobalt Coast.

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  8. ConchyJoe

    ConchyJoe Regular of the Pub

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    When do you get back?
     
  9. hilljo88

    hilljo88 Barracuda

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    Anyone have current water temperature in Grand Cayman?
     
  10. ConchyJoe

    ConchyJoe Regular of the Pub

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