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INSPIRASI >> My Canon Story

Can You See Me

By marc_henauer

EF100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM




f 19

Shutter Speed

1/125 sec

Exposure Compensation

0 EV

I found this blenny fish during a dive at about 6 meters deep in Bonaire, Dutch Caribbean. This fish is small as a fingernail. He is also very shy and it took me a lot of patience to get his head out of his hole. He lives in a coral ball and feeds on algae and plankton. To photograph this little animal, I used a macro lens + a supermacro diopter and two powerful flashes. The framing and focusing are very difficult because in the water everything moves all the time. But with patience we achieve good results.


I am Freediver, experienced scuba diver and award-winning and published photographer by National Geographic, I explore the world and combine my different passions to show my vision of adventure spirit.