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Baby shark eye
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Title
Baby shark eye
Author Tigershark
Taken onSCUBA
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2010-01-14, before 9 years, 4 months, 1 week, 3 days, 19 hours
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GalleryFish
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Location of the photo
CountryIndonesia
Water basinMolucca Sea
CityWalea
Used equipment
Camera
D300
ND30
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LensAF Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8D
StrobeZ-240 Strobe Type 3
Second strobeZ-240 Strobe Type 3
ISO200
F/Stop18
Shutter Speed250
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 Wishbone
2010-01-14 19:38:17
OMG! Fantastc shot Rogerio! Did you take it recently!?
 Tigershark
2010-01-14 20:14:54
Not very recent, late 2008.
Winner prize in the photo contest Ocean Views 2009 by Nature's Best Photography, on display at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.
 Mike Ronesia
2010-01-14 22:15:20
Cool, was it cropped at all or did it let you get that close?
 vektorz
2010-01-14 23:33:12
Fantastic... and evil by nature!
 Tigershark
2010-01-15 01:47:58
This is a unique situation and a lot of luck, because this small whitetip reef shark was trapped and hidden in a formation of hard coral Acropora sp.
I managed to do only a serie of three photographs before finish the air and he was still there on the spot.
This one was made more closely, about 50 cms from the eye of the shark and using the Anthis wet diopter in the flat port.
In this type of photo contest is not allowed to change the photos and then have to send the original RAW to make the photo in large format for display in the magazine and in the museum.
 Mike Ronesia
2010-01-15 02:28:09
Thanks, I figured as much after looking at the settings for the camera. With that f/stop and DOF I figured you had to be very close. At least I think that logic makes sense. You guys are teaching me a lot and I am very thankful for all the help.
 Wishbone
2010-01-15 09:49:19
It is the light that amazes me in this shot... So perfectly balanced!
 phbarreto
2010-06-06 23:44:23
Owww .. Fantastic Shot!