This is a close up photo of a Scorpian Fish. Objective of this is to get black background so that face of the fish is significant. It is the positioning of the strobe that makes sure object (i.e. face of the fish) is lighted but not anything beyond it.
This is clearly a scorpion fish, though locals call it Red Rock Cod. I believe this is Eastern Red Scorpionfish, (i.e. Scorpaena jacksoniensis Steindachner). This is small juvenile fish found in the sheltered water close to Sydney. Luckily, I was equipped with macro lens to capture it.
This is the SS Ayrfield Ship wreck in Parramatta River in Sydney, Australia. This is one of the most photogenic wrecks with trees grown on it.Technically, I am not sure if this can be called an underwater photo since we cant see any underwater part in the composition. Still, this is taken with split level UW photo technique to capture ...
This is the same friendly Blue Grouper in the Shelly Beach. Its wonderful to see it again after a couple of weeks. This time I was equipped with a wide angel lens so managed to capture the full image. Water clarity is not that great. This fish swam with me for a little while without any hesitation.