Personally, I didn’t find shooting wide angle underwater all that difficult. It is actually quite forgiving. A: You have a huge depth-of-field (area that will appear in focus in your pictures). B: It can eliminate a lot of the scatter in your viewing area that can clutter up your pictures or cause several unwanted lens […]
Clown fish hovering over an annoyed anemone.
This Porcelain Crab, commonly called an anemone crab appears ready for battle. They live in a symbiotic relationship in a sea anemone along with clownfish, grooming the tentacles and enticing would-be victims to become trapped in the tentacles. The anemone, in turn, provides protection to these tiny creatures. Photographed in the Solomon Islands, this little fellow could stand on a nickel with nothing hanging over the edges.
Feathered Starfish/Crinoid in the process of opening it’s arms to feed.
This Ghost Shrimp is so transparent that the only way to see him is by some defining coloration in a few spots.