I don’t know the name of this nudi, somebody help…….

UserCamera: Canon PowerShot A620
Location: Komodo
Strobe: Built-in Flash
Taxonomy: Nudibranch
EXIFCamera model: Canon PowerShot A620
Date: 24 October 2006
Time: 07:50:08
Exposure Time: 1/125
Aperture: f/2.8
Exposure Bias: 0.00
Focal Length: 7.3 mm
Exposure Mode: Manual exposure
Metering Mode: Pattern
White Balance: Manual white balance
Software: Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows
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16 Responses to “Unknown nudi….”

  1. Ivan Choong says:

    Tessellated Halgerda
    Halferda cf. tessellata
    Page 58, 1001 Nudibranchs by Neville Coleman
    4 row, 1 from right.

    Nice colors there..
    Night dive or day dive? Now I’m not too sure to do wide angle or macro when I am there…
    your tempting me here…

  2. Kaufik Anril says:

    Nudi Nerds… :)

    I am very impressed…

  3. Cesillia Kowijaya says:

    Thanks a lot Ivan……
    I took this picture during day dive….

  4. Cesillia Kowijaya says:

    Fik, i am not alone…..

  5. Ivan Choong says:

    Can recall which divesite?

  6. Cesillia Kowijaya says:

    Ivan, this picture took at Yellow wall of texas (Kode Island)…..
    Location S8.80417 E119.67500

    Komodo can offer you a lot of thing, believe me……
    See this too cannibalism too, this also taken on the same site 31m down.

  7. Ivan Choong says:

    I’m impressed..even with GPS co-ordinates! You guys are well prepared!

  8. Cesillia Kowijaya says:

    hahahaha…… Jerry did that every morning with the ship navigator….
    Have fun in Komodo ya…
    Don’t forget to share with us your pictures….

  9. Monica Hutadjulu says:

    Ivan… when you go to Komodo, do the macro!
    take the nudibranch as many as you can :)

  10. Ivan Choong says:

    Haha…
    Monica, I guess we can do that when I am in Tulamben in August or September.
    Komodo I’m trying to do wide angle.. of course torn between macro and wide. See..how it goes…for each sites..

    Will be going in June.. On Grand Komodo. Anyone knows which are the better dive guides and boat captain I should request for? Which dive sites is a must go?

  11. Erwin Kodiat says:

    All Grand Komodo guides are expert for Komodo area. However, if you would like macro then you should specifically ask Mrs. Reno, she will appoint one of his best macro guides for you. As for the captain, all are good and knowledgeable about Komodo.

  12. Ivan Choong says:

    Hmm… I wonder if I can have best for macro and wide..
    hahaha…

  13. Tom F. Chandra says:

    Good pose, but why is it that every picture using canon camera looked yellowish. That applies to Erwin’s and Monica’s photos too. For me it’s a bit distracting. Can anyone expalin it? is it because of the white balance or…..

  14. Erwin Kodiat says:

    I don’t know about this photo, but for my photos, after I had my Inon D2000, I normally use Auto WB or take a white slate and shoot it with my Inon. In general, not much different in photos produced with both methods, that’s why lately I tend to use Auto WB as it is less hassled. In my opinion, I think it is the camera characteristic, as my observation if we compare Canon and Nikon, normally Canon produce warmer color hence it is yellowish (good for skin tone if we take model portraiture on land).

    Another possibility, I assume you (Tom) looking at some pictures with dark background, which metering in the camera tend to overexpose the dark background to balance the exposure and since this Canon tend to produce warm color, it adds yellowish tonal to the dark background such as sandy bottom in Tulamben. But that’s only my 2 cents.

    Any other opinion on this?

  15. Erwin Kodiat says:

    One more possibility, it may be my fault when I decided not to use custom WB, not Canon’s fault :D

  16. Ivan Choong says:

    Erwin, I tend to agree with Canon producing warmer colors. Just like Olympus produces stronger Reds, Canon sensors produces warmer colors.

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