BLUESTRIPED FANGBLENNY

BLUESTRIPED FANGBLENNY

Amed, Bali, Indonesia

THE STORY

They’re quite common, funny, colourful, and rarely leave their wholes. If you don’t scare them too much, they’ll allow a couple of shots before hiding away.

THE TECHNIQUE

A 60 mm lens may not be the best option, even on a cropped sensor since you have to be too close. This one didn’t care too much, so I managed to get the shot. The green background is due to the shape of the rock it was living it, and there’s nothing I could do about it (except, eventually, inserting a slate behind the fish, with an assistant) though I like the colour as it is.

DIVE MADE WITH PLOUF DIVING

NIKON D7200, NIKON 60MM F/2.8 AF-D MICRO, 1/160, F/18, ISO 100

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