Shooting Nudibranchs

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

Posted on Sep 23, 2011

This comprehensive story will not only tell your readers more about nudibranchs, they will also learn the tricks of the trade - how to shoot great images of them.

The author has extensive experience in this field and has shot many award-winning nudibranch images - including one that was on exhibition at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC.

For the budding or even experienced underwater photographer, this article offers invaluable advice and tips on technique and equipment, and will most certainly be valued by your readers.

In addition to the informative text, brilliant images make this story a feast for the eyes. The image database contains almost 500 nudibranch images to choose from.

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This 1.950 word story is not only a feast for the eyes - it will aso help your readers become better at photographing nudibranchs and other macro life.

Nudibranchs are found in all the world's oceans, from tropical coral reefs to the cold waters of the Arctic. The story can be used by magazines anywhere, regardless of location.

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