Eruption on the horizon is what came to mind when my blue light first made contact with this anemone. Reminding me of what a volcano might look like at night, erupting on the horizon. There were two orange glowing anemones that glowed amongst the several others that didn’t, I'm not sure why this occurs but it certainly adds to my curiosity.
The common becomes uncommon with the Blue Light. I was simply amazed when I spotted this common Nembrotha, talk about stunning. Knowing your subjects like this one helps to capture strong images by bringing out the details. Again with the lack of a flash and the slow shutter speeds, sharpness can be easily affected.SETTINGS:Nikon D300F6.3 @ 1/100ISO 2500
Nembrotha nudibranchs aren’t uncommon but tend to glow with uncommon beauty under the blue light. A quick photo comparison reveals some of natures secrets that will be unveiled for those that are willing to explore.SETTINGS: Nikon D300s60mm macro
Using blue filters on my strobes and shooting with my D7100 allowed me to use a lower ISO setting which in-turn helped to quash some of the sensor noise. The colors are purely through the lens and enhanced with Photo shop, not created by photo shop. Scorpionfish are a great subject as they are very cooperative.SETTINGS:Nikon D7100F/11 @ 1/80thISO-160060mm