The wreck MS Ferndale

Macro life on the House Reef

Bjørnar Nygård taking a walk in the park. No gloves - real viking AAAAAARRRRRRRRRRHH!

The wreck Bandak. I turned the left flash off and set the shutter speed at 1/8 Sec. to burn in the green water colour, as it was very dark down there. f/6,3 ISO 800

One of the masts on the wreck Frankenwald


Sting Ray City

The dive center seen from below

An anemone eating a Troll lobster

My first try with a 1,4 Kenko teleconverter on my 105mm macro. The Goby is about 2cm long.

A lumpsucker guarding its yellow eggs. My first try with a 1,4 teleconverter on my Tokina 10-17mm FE.

The whole group of hard core uw-vikings

Nordic Photo Event 21/9 - 26/9 2010
The event was based at the great dive center: Gulen dykkesenter two hours north of Bergen on the Norwegian west coast. The event was arranged by Fotografit

Again this year Alex Mustard was the main speaker. The theme was focused on controlling light in cold waters.

As co. speaker Christian Skauge gave us two lectures about macro photography on the Norwegian west coast. 

And as guest speaker we had the World Champion in under water photography Espen Rekdal

I used my Nikon D300 in Sea&Sea housing with two Sea&Sea YS110 flashguns. Lenses: Nikon 60mm macro, Nikon 105mm Macro & Tokina 10-17mm FE. 
Alex borrowed me his 1,4 Kenko teleconverter witch I tried on my 105mm macro & on the Tokina 10-17mm FE. ( it's a must have now ;-))