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TG6; natural light; wide angle; about 90'. Hot drop in a fairly swift current on the first wreck (Ana Cecilia) in the West Palm Beach Wreck Corridor.

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Can I ask what settings were used for the crab and shrimp shots?

I'm pretty new to photography in general so I just took a pic of all settings. Hope it's useful!
Natural light and no processing.

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I'm pretty new to photography in general so I just took a pic of all settings. Hope it's useful!
Natural light and no processing.

Thank you.
 
Juvenile Caribbean reef squids at the BHB hanging around some of the buoys in the swim area.
My wife Nathalie got off a few good shots of the friendly squad. A little backscatter but I love this one...
We had fun hanging out with the curious wide eyed bunch for a while : )

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Juvenile Caribbean reef squids at the BHB hanging around some of the buoys in the swim area.
My wife Nathalie got off a few good shots of the friendly squad. A little backscatter but I love this one...
We had fun hanging out with the curious wide eyed bunch for a while : )

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What a fantastic shot!
 
Great shot Jaan.
 
1/250 sec. f/5 ISO 160. Off Catalina Island TG-6 with Weefine ring light.
 

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Me browsing this thread, running out of excuses to upgrade my camera.

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The TG-5 is legitimately a great camera though, I use it above and below water pretty regularly.

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MFW I blind my buddy with my strobe when he's least expecting it.

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Got to take it to Socorro just before Covid hit, and it works almost as well with big stuff as it does with small, albeit with the help of the Backscatter air lens.

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In the cold, murky waters I usually dive, I do a lot more macro.

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There's always SOMETHING to take a picture of.
 
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