Color Challenge - Tuesday Orange

in photography •  15 days ago

Color comes in many ways. In the oceans it's usually from microscopic bacteria that the large animals consume or that live on them. Anemones are no exception to this. As filer feeders they consume thousands of liters of water in their lifetimes filtering out what they need to survive.

Giant Plumose Anenome-2.jpg

Typically these Giant Plumose Anemones are a brilliant white but on the rare occasion there are an orange variation. They are quite unique and very cool to photography.

Scott

For more animals and adventures - http://www.scottstevensonphotography.ca/

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Hey :-) WOW How can you do photos underwater? I have a Olympus OM-D EM5 Mark II - do you think it is possible with this camera too and what would I need for it??? THANKS, best Martin

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Thanks for checking out my work. When shooting under I'm using a Canon 5d in an Aquatica housing with duel Ikelite strobes.

You can get a housing for your camera. Here is a link to have a look if you're interested.

https://www.backscatter.com/group/Olympus-OM-D-E-M5-MarkII-Underwater-Housing

If you have any other questions and decide to get one let me know.

All the best and happy shooting.

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Hey Scott, thanks a lot for sharing the info!