shots represent the underwater life of Indonesia
and Malaysia through Micronesia and on to Fiji. These
waters are generally warm and clear and possess arguably
the most colorful sea life found on the planet. Some
of the exotic species found here practically defy
the imagination. It really makes you wonder at the
creative force that led to the bizarre adaptation
of some of these creatures.
These are the reef scenics with pictures of divers and schools
of fish and lots of blue water. Usually they are more effective
in clearer water. I like the fisheye lenses like the 10.5 mm and
the 16 mm lens probably the best. Depending on what kind of subject
matter I’m shooting, I will use a 10.5 mm, 15 mm, 16 mm,
20 mm, or a 17-35 mm zoom. One of the unwritten laws of underwater
photography states that you will have the wrong lens on the camera
when the Whale Shark swims by.