Underwater Photography (November/December 2005)

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It will fit about 185 RAW photos per dive. I shoot RAW underwater and RAW+Jpg topside. On a really rich divesite, I’ll take perhaps 100 photos, so I generally get two dives before changing my card. The same holds true for my strobe batteries, so it the system works well for me. After the dives, (perhaps at lunchtime) I’ll copy the images to my laptop, using a cardbus CF adapter and Dowloader Pro software by Breeze Systems. crw) The images go into a folder called “new” and from there are moved to a folder for that day’s dives.

I use the RAW converter to do 90% of my image adjustment: white balance, CA correction, exposure correction, etc. I usually convert to 8-bit JPEG, unless I’m working on a specific image for a client or for a personal print, then I work in 16-bit. After developing the RAW photos, I use “actions” in Photoshop to prepare them for web presentation, digital slideshow presentation, or print. com space to sRGB. I then upload my web-sized photos to my online gallery, and back everyting up to a second hard drive.

Like people, the sea lions eventually get tired (or bored) and by the time 2 or 3 hours are up, most have returned to their beach. Mimicking their yelps and whoops will sometimes get them back into the water. I tried this technique and attracted the attention of one of the larger bulls. Suddenly, he rose up and lunged into the water, swimming straight towards me at considerable speed. For an instant I became concerned, although once circling me, he seemed inquisitive rather than aggressive. Although not scientists, Rod and Ronnie have built up a considerable knowledge of the Green Head population and sea lion behaviour in general, and can assist visitors in understanding the behaviour and actions of the animals.

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