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Underwater photography is one of the few ways to show something new to the general public. Wether is a small weird critter or a big shark, most people have never seen them live… Being the most technically challenging photography discipline, it’s also the one where you can be more creative.

All my pictures in here are taken in Indonesia and Philippines, with the following gear:

  • Nikon D7100 / D7200 / D810
  • Nikkor 60 Micro AF-D 2.8; Nikkor 60 Micro AF-S 2.8 ED,  Nikkor 105 Micro VR 2.8; Tokina 10-17 Fisheye, Kenko 1.4x  Teleconverter, Sigma 15 mm Fisheye, 2.8, Nikon 16-35 VR f.4
  • Nauticam SMC wet diopter
  • Nauticam NA-D7100,  Sea and Sea MDX – D810, Nauticam NA-D810, Nauticam / Sea & Sea ports and extensions; Nauticam 4.33′ minidome, Sea & Sea 6′ Dome, Sea & Sea 9′ Dome
  • Subtronic ALPHA / NOVA TTL
  • Sea and Sea YS – 01
  • INON S2000
  • INON 45º Viewfinder
  • SOLA 2500 Video light
  • Ultralight Arms