Nudibranch story in Denmark

Danish underwater photographers can learn more about shooting nudibranchs in the magazine Sportsdykkeren - they are running my Shooting Nudibranchs story in their June 2012 issue.

Posted on Jun 29, 2012

Shooting nudibranchs seems to be every underwater photographer's favourite pasttime - and the rewards are great. These colourful creatures make great subjects, but they can be trickier to shoot than you'd think.

In the June 2012 issue of the Danish magazine Sportsdykkeren I share some of my tips and tricks for getting great images of nudibranchs on a beautiful four-page spread.

The Eubranchus farrani nudibranch is well known for its many color variations. The editors also chose this image on the cover of the June 2012 edition (right).

Learn more about shooting nudibranchs

This comprehensive article covers composition, techniques and even what equipment to use. It also offers useful advice on how and when to spot nudibranchs.

I hope both experienced and budding underwater photographers will benefit from reading the article.

Denmark share many of the nudibranch species found in Norway - but the article in itself is pretty much universal and will help you when shooting in tropical waters too.

Federation magazine

Sportsdykkeren is the membership publication of the Danish Sportsdiver Federation, and is distrubuted to their 8.000 members six times a year.

Please visit their website to read more or to sign up for a subscription!

» Click here to visit Sportsdykkeren magazine

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