[UW Photo A088] Abstract

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[UW Photo A088] Abstract


[UW Photo A087] Underwater plants

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[UW Photo A087] Underwater plants


[UW Photo A086] Striped Catfish

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[UW Photo A086] Striped Catfish


[UW Photo A085] Floating forest of Homebush Bay

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[UW Photo A085] Floating forest of Homebush Bay


This is the SS Ayrfield Ship wreck in Parramatta River in Sydney, Australia. This is one of the most photogenic wrecks with trees grown on it.

Technically, I am not sure if this can be called an underwater photo since we cant see any underwater part in the composition. Still, this is taken with split level UW photo technique to capture the mirror effect in detail. What this really means is actually, camera lens is submerged in the water using a Dome port. Since water is so dark and murky, we don't get the underwater part but complete reflection. Whatever we call, this is an experimental shot.

Also it should be noted that the water is contaminated and no one is allowed to swim or dive there (not even fishing), so everything was done while staying in the banks of the river.

(Special thanks goes to Nilhan Uduwarage for his help and support in this photo shoot)

[UW Photo A084] Blue Grouper

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[UW Photo A084] Blue Grouper


This is the same friendly Blue Grouper in the Shelly Beach. Its wonderful to see it again after a couple of weeks. This time I was equipped with a wide angel lens so managed to capture the full image. Water clarity is not that great. This fish swam with me for a little while without any hesitation.

[UW Photo A083] Wobbegong

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[UW Photo A083] Wobbegong


[UW Photo A082] A school of Fish

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[UW Photo A082] A school of Fish


[UW Photo A081] Variegated Lizardfish

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[UW Photo A081] Variegated Lizardfish

When water is not clear (poor visibility) it is very hard to go for a wide angle, but macros. This macro was shoot under poor visibility, yet macro image has come without any issue.


[UW Photo A080]

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[UW Photo A080]


[UW Photo A079] A friendly Blue Grouper

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[UW Photo A079] A friendly Blue Grouper

I met this friendly Blue Grouper in my casual weekend dive in Shelly Beach, Sydney. It followed me for a while during my dive.


[UW Photo A078] Let me see!

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[UW Photo A078] Let me see!

Another Macro from Trincomalee.


[UW Photo A077] Corals on rock

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[UW Photo A077] Corals on rock


[UW Photo A076] School of fish

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[UW Photo A076] School of fish


[UW Photo A075] Lion Fish B&W

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[UW Photo A075] Lion Fish B&W


[UW Photo A073] Triplefin

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[UW Photo A073] Triplefin


[UW Photo A072] Grey nurse shark

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[UW Photo A072] Grey nurse shark


[UW Photo A071] Cuttlefish

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[UW Photo A071] Cuttlefish


[UW Photo A070] Seahorse – mysterious creature

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[UW Photo A070] Seahorse – mysterious creature


[UW Photo A069] Seahorse – different composition

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[UW Photo A069] Seahorse – different composition


[UW Photo A068] A long-waited shot (Seahorse)

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[UW Photo A068] A long-waited shot (Seahorse)



This is a much waited-shot. My mission this summer was to shoot seahorses and it was amazing to find one in last minute. I saw one few years ago in this same location (Chowder Bay, Sydney), but I didn’t have a camera at that moment.

Actually, it’s autumn for me in Sydney, NSW. Within weeks, it will be winter and diving is merely impossible for a person like me. Secret in Tasman see is autumn could give you better conditions than summer. Even the water temperature is much better in autumn.

[UW Photo A067] Another abstract

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[UW Photo A067] Another abstract


[UW Photo A066] Nemo .. in two minds

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[UW Photo A066] Nemo .. in two minds


[UW Photo A065] Swell

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[UW Photo A065] Swell


[UW Photo A064] Hope..

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[UW Photo A064] Hope..


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