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Even tropical locations like the Red Sea offer excellent opportunities to practice this technique. However, as conditions are generally much clearer and brighter you have to watch the exposure differential across the frame when you include the sun in the background exposure. Using a boat on the surface can help to block most of the direct sunlight. Nikon F801, Subal housing, 60mm micro and 16mm fish eye, Sea & Sea YS50, Fujichrome Velvia, f16 1 250 and f8 1 125. perhaps I should recap on...

Afs

For my dives, I used the 12-24DX, the 16mm Fisheye, the 60mm Micro, and the 70-180 Micro. I was very pleased with the zoom and focus gears that Aquatica provided - they fit up easily and can be left on the lenses in between dives. The following photos show the ports and extensions. This unit was designed specifically for use with the Fuji S2 and the Nikon D100 and it shows. The controls are placed right at the photographers fingertips and feel just like an extension of the camera. The camera...

Paul Ricard

-The Perfect Location by Don Silcock A friend of mine once defined the perfect dive trip location as a place you could get to in a day or less, and once their dive on world-class sites from a first-class live-aboard boat. For most Australians, and come to think of it other most residents of SE Asia, Papua New Guinea has to be a prime contender for the title of the perfect location. There are so many places to dive in PNG, and so much to see, that it pays to do your research and decide what kind...