UserCamera: Canon EOS 5D
Location: North Sulawesi
Strobe: Sea & Sea YS-120
Taxonomy: Cephalopods
EXIFCamera model: Canon EOS 5D
Date: 25 October 2006
Time: 14:24:51
Exposure Time: 1/200
Aperture: f/10.0
Exposure Bias: 0.00
ISO: 100
Focal Length: 100 mm
Exposure Program: Manual
Exposure Mode: Manual exposure
Metering Mode: Spot
White Balance: Auto white balance
Software: Adobe Photoshop CS Windows
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8 Responses to “Flamboyant cuttlefish”

  1. Imran Ahmad says:

    lacks contrast and color.. settings???

  2. Erwin Kodiat says:

    Camera Make: Canon
    Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D
    Image Date: 2006:10:25 14:24:51
    Flash Used: No
    Focal Length: 100.0mm
    CCD Width: 5.27mm
    Exposure Time: 0.0050 s (1/200)
    Aperture: f/10.0
    ISO equiv: 100
    White Balance: Auto
    Metering Mode: Spot
    Exposure: Manual
    Exposure Mode: Manual

  3. Erwin Kodiat says:

    Additionally: I used 1 strobe (YS120 I think) on this

  4. Imran Ahmad says:

    try 90 f22.. strobe aim slight behind it or 45deg from below, up towards subject.

  5. Erwin Kodiat says:

    Thanks Imran, looking forward to having another trip going and do some test

  6. Susanto Houtama says:

    Good info on strobe aim. BTW, Imran, just a quick question, if the strobe is smaller, say YS-25DX Auto, should I still put the strobe on left side? Or it is better to have it on top front of the housing to illuminate the object? Thanks for the enlightment… :)

  7. Imran Ahmad says:

    Susanto, it all depends on how you would like to light up your subject. After all since it’s a smaller strobe, the angle of coverage and intensity is much lower, my guess is to go closer and also watch your aperture since it will vary,cos of its size . I favour the light just above the len, instead of on the left. Hope that helps

  8. Susanto Houtama says:

    Imran, thanks, will try that next time I dive…

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