It was on a trip to the red sea that I was introduced to underwater photography. My buddy took his Nikonis 5 and we shared the use of it during the week. I became hooked and that camera was my first step on the learning curve of this fascinating activity. From film to digital was a prudent move and now still with Nikon yet another learning curve is in progress. The images on this first phase are mostly the more common animals seen here and hopefully as time goes by we can enlarge on this initial selection.
My interest in the subject is as a keen amateur so I stand corrected on any wrongly identified animals on the site.
|Equipment - This is the current set-up I use -|
|Camera: Nikon D70|
60mm AF micro Nikkor 1:2.8D;
|Underwater Housing: Seacam Silver D70 Full Spec
S45 Optical Viewfinder; P105 Flat Port; +4 Wet Dioptre; Seacam Wide Port
|Flash Unit: Seacam SeaFlash 250|