Michael Braunstein  

Shark by Michael Braunstein

March 2020 - Shark

About the Image(s)

This photo was taken French Polynesia. I used a Canon 5dMark1/V with a Canon16-35mlens and two Sea&Sea flashes.

6 comments posted

Holly Moore   Holly Moore
Hi Michael,

Oh gosh - I really like your photo. For me it is very impactful as the shark grabs my attention immediately. I especially like how that the shark is surrrounded by all the smaller fish.   Posted: 03/08/2020 22:44:06

Keith Parris   Keith Parris
Wow - excellent photograph.

I am not a scuba diver; therefore, I do not do underwater photography. So, I do not know how to improve on this photograph.

Wedding is another type of photography that I do not do. Although, one of my brother-in-laws coerced me into photographing his wedding. They kept the proofs and never ordered any prints. That was on film before digital cameras were common.   Posted: 03/09/2020 21:23:56

Michael Braunstein   Michael Braunstein
The difference doing wide angle is that flash will only go about 5 feet under water. Thus, the light must be balanced for the foreground and back round.   Posted: 03/09/2020 21:37:15

Beverly Caine   Beverly Caine
(Groups 48 & 80)
Stu's wife.
This is absolutely gorgeous! I just saw a video that I think you'll love.....try it .....http://www.youtube.com/embed/ mcbHKAWIk3I   Posted: 03/10/2020 08:53:20

Michael Braunstein   Michael Braunstein
  Posted: 03/10/2020 08:58:08

Stuart Caine   Stuart Caine
Great shot. I see you used the same lens as you did for your shot in Cuba for the saltwater crocodile. Great pictures, but to close for me.   Posted: 03/13/2020 10:57:37


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