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Capture-Life March 15, 2015
aahhhmazingggg!! :):)
 
RAPJones March 30, 2015
Beautiful color and detail...
 
thenickelwell April 22, 2015
very cool perspective!
 
tamsyn-tyler June 07, 2015
Awesome photo, did you do any end productions/editing to it?
 
francoromani June 15, 2015
This is FIVE STAR photography
 
CherylG August 11, 2015
Gorgeous!! Please keep up all that you do!!
 
DorisSeybold August 25, 2015
stunning!!
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sarahmirkin September 12, 2015
Wow! Such an awesome shot! It's looks unreal! What a great perspective. how did the water end up looking like that? I know it said you had a 1/250 exposure, but it looks so still and crispy, yet smooth at the same time. Such great colors and light differential from the main part of the composition versus the far side where the water was smoother and the light was darker.
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sarahmirkin September 12, 2015
I meant the water was crisp
 
salomevanheerden September 12, 2015
Wowzer !!!
 
georginahewitt September 12, 2015
Join the conversation. Add a comment or even better, a critique.
 
georginahewitt September 12, 2015
I have never seen a phototure like this before making it rather unique and thats a good thing. The colour of the water and the sky is amazing.
 
photosue50 September 14, 2015
Gorgeous!!
 
icemanphotos September 21, 2015
One of the best I've seen so far!
Amazing tones and mood here! Wow!
I'd like it 100 times...
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thunderlake October 05, 2015
Excellent work!
 
davidbidmead November 22, 2015
Congratulations ! Spectacular image !
 
nandicmb December 11, 2015
Congratulations on all your Awards!
 
connorcorbett March 17, 2016
great colours
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hendraxu November 30, 2016
Beautiful color and nice capture!
 
drieslubbe December 22, 2016
Awesome
 
tricky_b June 17, 2017
Beautiful color of the sea! Visually Perfect moment
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rosalynncolombo March 11, 2018
Absolutely stunning!!
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StormieGirl July 26, 2018
This is beyond amateur! Go win some real money!

From the water



Ocean surface at sunset, shot from a low prospective on the water.
Ocean surface at sunset, shot from a low prospective on the water.
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Contest Finalist in Sunrise Or Sunset Photo Contest
Contest Finalist in Dusk Or Dawn Photo Contest
Contest Finalist in Time And Light Photo Contest
Runner Up in Sunsets On Water Photo Contest
Contest Finalist in Sunrises vs Sunsets Photo Contest
Contest Finalist in Sunsets On Water Photo Contest
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Behind The Lens

Location
Bonaire island, Dutch Caribbean,from the water.
Time
The shot was taken at sunset.
Lighting
I used just natural light.
Equipment
Canon 7D with 10-17mm @10mm in a Underwater housing EasyDive Leo2.
Inspiration
The caribbean sunsets are beautiful, so I tried to picture them from a different perspective to give more depth of field.
Editing
Yes, minimal adjustments in Camera raw: blacks, shadows, highlights and vibrance.
In my camera bag
For topside photography: Nikon D800, Nikon 24-70mm f2.8, Tamron 70-200mm f.2.8, polarizers, UV filters, Raincover, remote control shutter and Goripod focus. For Underwater: Canon 7D with 10-17mm @10mm in a Underwater housing EasyDive Leo2 with two underwater strobes.
Feedback
This kind of shots are difficult to achive. I take them from water ( being in the water) with heavy and bulky UW gears. Floating at surface, I hold the housing above the water trying to keep the dome-port clear from water drops and focusing at hyperphocal. The higher is the speed shutter the better it is ( at the lowest possible ISO).

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