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    Absolutely amazing. There are pics of things in Mother Ocean that I had no idea existed. Thank you.
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    Amazing pictures and video.
    Thank you for sharing

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    Inspiring photo work, Rick and Susie. Just beautiful.

    Did you bring your own seahorse? We must be the only ones who can't find them.

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    Where do I click to see the video and/or pictures?

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chas View Post
    Where do I click to see the video and/or pictures?

    Thank you.

    Chas, as the thread is now 4 pages long (depending on your viewing settings), to see the original post when viewing the thread ....
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    ModRoy, thank you, I can now see the video and images. They are just excellent and it is so encouraging to see that at some depth the hurricanes did not ravage the seascape as they did in the shallows.


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    When I saw your names in the thread starter, I knew I would be in for a treat! Remembered your photos from years ago. Not disappointed.

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    Thanks for sharing your photos and videos, Rick & Susie! You are awesome videographers/photographers! Looking forward to our 8th trip in January after a 3-year hiatus as well. Thinking about getting the GoPro too.
    Lori Mulhisen

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    Beautiful!!! Thank you for sharing.

    I like the turtle resting his chin on the coral in the video. Priceless shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickSusie View Post
    My primary camera setup is a canon 20d with canon ef-s 60mm f2.8 macro lens. Susie uses an olympus sp350 and we have 2 inon wet connect maco lenses that can be double stacked for close macro. We also have a wet connect wide angle inon lens that can be attached to the sp350. There were a few times when I used the sp350 - mainly for wide angle and for the little squid at the end. We don't have a gopro close up lens, so the gopro was mainly for larger stuff and you can see when some critters came right up to the lens they got out of focus.
    What software tools do you use for your post processing?

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