It was taken away at the museum security checkpoint. I think the guard was a flashoholic cuz I never got it back.
I woulda like to have shined this beast in the eyes with a PD27S to give it a taste of McGizmo-ness. He/She/It was fairly lethargic. Musta just ate a Chicago Dog or two. :shrug:
Yeah, you should've tossed it in close so that you could a sense of scale of that critter.
Hey, Don, maybe you could get one to pose with one of your lights in it's mouth? :naughty: :green: :nana:
Great Pictures and thread....we are going to Maui in Janurary and the pics really have me wanting to go!!!!
. . .I noticed that varying the distance of the light to the target had significant visula results whereas using a strobe, you have no idea what the intensity of the fill of light is until viewing the resultant image. My super wide angle lens used here is not a macro set up. I have one of the cool new Olympus Stylus 770SW cameras which is nothing compared to the Nikon D70 in terms of image quality but it is so much more portable underwater and does have a built in flash. I want to take it in the water and see if I can get a shot of this shrimp for comparison.