Shoot Underwater with a Filter Filter photography has really come into it’s own with the advent of digital photography and the ability to white balance underwater. Although it has been used for a long time with digital video underwater, red filters and white balancing did not really become popular with still photographers until the early […]
We took the opportunity while we are in North Sulawesi for two days of photography at the Tangkoko National Park before our Underwater Tribe Photo Fun Week begins. Tangkoko is home to the world’s smallest primate, the tarsier, as well as endemic black macaque monkeys. There are several homestays in the area for folks who […]
It’s always fun to experiment with different techniques underwater. As I am in Lembeh with the Underwater Tribe and no particular deadline or assignment in mind I have been using the time to try out a few different cameras and shooting styles. One of the styles I have been playing around with is the use […]
One of the things I always enjoy about coming to NAD Lembeh Resort is the chance to play with the latest camera gadgets that Simon always seems to have in stock. Last year, I was able to spend a few days shooting the Sony A7s in a Nauticam Housing as well as the Olympus EM-1 […]
Sometimes the best subjects in Lembeh are ones that we often just swim right on past. When people come to Lembeh they are usually in search of some of the more hard to find critters on the reef: exotic species such as hairy frogfish, flambouyant cuttlefish, and blue ring octopus are typically the critters that […]
One of the cool things about spending a lot of time photographing in a place like Lembeh Strait is the fact you can bump into just about anything at any time. One of the stranger creatures I ran into happened to be when I was actually shooting wide angle and it was the perfect lens […]
Photo of the Day – A blue ring octopus showing its colours, Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.