Three photographs I took during my first open water scuba dive.
Nope, I don’t know the names of these fishy fishy fishy fish.
If you do, please leave info in the comments.
Photos once again taken with the Nikon Coolpix AW120. Lightroom was used for developing the shoots, which included using the auto white balance.
Pictures of five headstones taken at Punchbowl. When you take a close look at the names, dates, ranks, symbols, and other information on the headstones, I think they give some indication of the diverseness of the people buried here.
More about “my” headstone later.
A picture of Diamond Head taken with my DMC-GX7.
Adding a bit of color to compensate for the last two posts. Today I did my first two open-water dives. It has been an amazing experience. Still getting my qualification and going through proficiencies, but also able to just slow down and look in wonder at what is around me.
This is a detail from a larger shot taken with my AW120 camera, and developed using Lightroom 5.6 software. I set the white balance automatically using Lightroom.
Here’s one of the first pictures taken with my new Nikon Coolpix AW120. It is, without a doubt one of the ugliest cameras that I’ve ever used (the image on the link is the front of the camera, folks), but it does seem to do an extremely good job taking photos in and underwater. We’ll be testing the underwater part more thoroughly in a few days when we start work on our PADI SCUBA ceritification.