Great Bay, St Martins, Isles of Scilly
Nikon D7200; Nikon 10.5mm ; Nauticam underwater housing; 2x INON 240 strobes
Whilst snorkelling in Great Bay I cam across a compass jellyfish. Taking shoots of these subjects upwards to the surface are tricky, as you need to enhance the f setting whilst enhancing the power in the two strobes to illuminate the subject.. This in turn enhances the risk of back scatter from suspended solids. I took a series of pictures but I chose to upload the current image as I liked the way in which way the jellyfish' tentacles frame the semi snell's window of the sky above. ISO 100; f16; shutter speed 1/100 sec
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