This is my first underwater photo on the TE. It was taken on a boat with the glass bottom in a sea trip around the Corfu.
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emka (84085) 2014-06-20 12:33
Hello Serghei, If you took it from the glass bottom boat it is not quite underwater. But funny that someone approached the boat to show this black Sea urchin. I saw many of them in Croatia, without diving. The hand of the diver looks nice.
WArm regrads Malgo
mesutilgim (88154) 2014-06-20 12:40
Very nice and interesting underwater capture.
Good pov and layout.
TFS and best regards
COSTANTINO (58691) 2014-06-20 22:19
Good morning my dear friend
fantastic underwater capture taken in an
artistic way I believe that it is a great
experience to take such a photo
on a boat with the glass botton
nice idea with good pov
have a nice weekend
holmertz (43685) 2014-06-21 7:25
Seeing only the top of the photo I wasn't too impressed, but the hand is a very fine feature, and together with the blurred head and body of the diver this becomes a good and interesting photo. It's certainly different from what you have been doing before.
Thank you for your critique on my latest photo. I was in Poland for 24 days, so I had plenty of time to see much more than Warsaw.
mirosu (15126) 2014-06-21 18:42
I'm not specialist in this kind of photography, but as I can see it is half underwater because your camera is not in water. Anyhow nice experiment. The arrangement with is quite OK.
Thanks for your comments to my airplane photo. I spent one year of my life sitting in the airplane during my life, so I collected many photos from airplanes and around airplanes and airports.
Small collection is available on Airport-Data homepage, just click the following link:
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Wish you a very nice Sunday
jcpix (13726) 2014-06-21 19:04
Not something we see a lot of here on the TE pages, both sea urchins or underwater pictures. :) I like the idea and your result shooting through the bottom of the boat. This has kind of a dreamy effect, the shallow depth of field creates separation and allows us to concentrate on the main subject without distraction of the glass "filter."
I imagine the water was tempting enough to want to dive in yourself, yeah? :) An intriguing capture, and one which opens up the imagination of the underwater world. Hope you're having a nice weekend my friend. Take good care.
Cheers from the U.S.,
jhm (142794) 2014-06-23 1:37
Underwater photography is a specialization, I have a friend thats is a specialist and dive in all waters in the world for make pictures.
The hand is very sharp and nice of colours.
Very well done, TFS.
Have a nice day,