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- Darren (245)
- [2004-09-04 0:47]
Hey Luko. Good to see you are still around, haven't heard much from you lately. I like this shot. One thing I find interesting here is that it there appears to be a very shallow DOF, yet you are using a small sensor digital camera. Is that because of the wide angle converter you are using? Colors are great and I do like that the shark has a menacing look, even though it is harmless. Are those Giant triggers in the background? It would have been considerate of the one not to line itself up with the shark's tail.
As you know, I am not an avid diver, but had done some diving. I have only ever come across one shark and that was approaching from above at about 35m. I think I would be chuffing air big time to see one coming at me from above.
- gerhardt (11620)
- [2004-09-04 2:51]
Yes it's a pleasure to see you post some of the underworld again. Details on the face and body good. Is it a pilotfish or a "ramora" clinging to the side. Nice one thanx.
- softflower (0)
- [2004-09-04 4:02]
Magnifique photo, les couleurs sont belles et la netteté est bonne.
Felicitations Luko !
- Riz (0)
- [2004-09-04 5:37]
I love seeing your underwater photography I really would love to go under and find some amazing things and creatures to capture thanks for sharing luko
- RAP (7405)
- [2004-09-04 7:08]
Gran captura... grande realmente.
Excelentes detalles, colores e iluminacion muy hermosos y una excelente perspectiva.
Great capture... great really.
Excellent details, very beautiful colors and illumination and an excellent perspective. Well done.
- philip (129)
- [2004-09-04 8:06]
That is an amazing shot. I want to go diving where you were at lol. Great colors too.
- CaptiveLight (969)
- [2004-09-04 8:17]
Excellent shot, colour and texture are spot on, sharpness and detail are good.
- PDP (11769)
- [2004-09-04 12:13]
Wow! Very good shot. The blue is gorgeous and the shark is very well captured. I've never had shark-fin soup and I'm not likely to try it either.
- Athila (1982)
- [2005-10-11 9:22]
Nice shark picture!
Surface exposure is excellent, fill flash is very discreet. Orientation of the shark in your picture is very good, so we can see his eye. It seems to be a White Tip shark. Also interesting to see the presence of the "remora" (sucker fish) on its side. TFS