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Post Options Post Options   Quote Fred_S Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 May 2020 at 20:48
Your pretty much on your own here in this thread MArk, but keep them coming please. It's a nice variation of the shots above the surface. Great colors in the last one. TFS
 



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+1 on that.
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We used to have another member by the name of Dennis. He was a lone warrior on this thread as well, I remember.
Haven't seen anything from him in a long time.
More Dyxumer, less photographer.
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That would be Dennis Mullen, it seems the last time he was around these waters was in 2016. But he made underwater pictures after 2016. Also, more underwater pictures can be found here.
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When I was diving I could never afford the housing and lights. Now that I can afford them, I suck too much air to stay down with the fishes (and younger divers). I did enjoy gaffing for photographers when I would go diving in the Caribbean. Now Lori and I snorkel (something we can do together ).

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THank you for your comments. Underwater photographers are a rare species, the combination of photography and scuba diving is rare and the price tag of the equipment is a strong deterrent. I bought almost all of my uw photo equipment used, otherwise it would have been crazy expensive.

Regarding air consumption: Doing athletics (or other endurance sports) should reduce air consumption a lot. Nevertheless, carrying the photo gear with you under water increases your air consumption (especially when there is tide).
 



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Sony A65 + Sigma 10/2.8 fisheye | Ikelite housing | Ikelite DS-161 flash and Ikelite DS-125 flash

One pretty old photo - from 2014 - I took in the Red Sea. Don't know exactly which reef it was but it was on the St. John's tour to the deep south of the Egyptian Red Sea. The abundance of life is overwhelming.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote rovhazman Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 November 2020 at 05:53
Mark Twain, every time you post here makes me look for underwater cage for my camera - I live in Eilat, Israel, so the Red Sea is just here... Even by snorkeling we see amazing amount of beautiful underwater life.
Thanks for sharing!
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