Some of my favorite shots from our trip to Little Cayman were wide angle with creatures in the front and divers in the background. These were all taken in about 25 feet of water with excellent available light. This is necessary to get the diver to show up as the flash is on the close up subject. The first is my sister Peggy behind a turtle. We both spent a lot of time getting shots. I got some nice full body shots of the turtle and an awesome macro shot of it’s head. But my favorite is this shot. This was taken off Little Cayman at Barracuda Bight. We were diving with Pirate’s Point Resort.
On the same dive, before we spotted the turtle, we came across two free swimming squid. Again, I took lots of shots, some of them were translucent, in some they changed colors and blended with the reef. Again my favorite shot was a close up with our new found diving friend in the background. This squid is so cool, seems to be looking at us.
Earlier that day, we dove Sarah’s Set. My friend Amy was newly certified and enjoying one of her first dives. We were all so proud of her and really wanted to capture the moment in photos. Amy’s pink accents added a lot of color to the photos we got of her. Love this shot and we enlarged it and it came out beautiful as a print. One of the advantages of the TG-4 is that it does capture raw data and this helps for doing corrections or making enlargements.
See the gallery from our day of diving: