scottish nudibranchs

It all started with taking pictures underwater - nudibranchs are ideal subjects, they don't move about much and when they do it is reasonably slowly and they are colourful, mostly. Now it is about finding out as much as I can about them, recording their behaviour and keeping a record of their appearance around the sites I dive.

Sony a6000 with Nauticam housing

Sony α6000
Housing and handles:
50 mm Zeiss Touit macro
Sony 18-55 zoom
Arms, ball joints, etc:
Flash guns:
Inon D-2000 x 2
Close up macro lens:
Nauticam CMC-1 in Nauticam Flip holder
Focus light:
Light & Motion Sola 1200

Images are captured in RAW format on a 64gb SD card. The use of RAW leaves me with the widest options for work in the digital darkroom.

The digital darkroom is currently an Apple iMac. I use Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop in the image workflow and upload to the site with FileZilla. The site is maintained with Dreamweaver, viewed on Chrome and is hosted on 123, so far without problems.

If you have any corrections, comments or suggestions e-mail me.