[UW Photo A047] Green instead of Blue

Any underwater photographer would prefer to shoot in crystal clear tropical waters, though there are many different regions. This is an example of photo taken in temperate zone. Main difference is dominance of Green instead of Blue. Its actually a difficult exercise due to many reasons. Biggest constrain is poor visibility. Still there are some unique fauna you could notice in those areas, though diversity is obviously less than tropical coral reefs. Famous photographer Shannon Conway advises you on changing the mind set from blue to green when you shoot in temperate zones.
This school of fish was captured near Broughton Island of Nelson Bay, about 200km north of Sydney. In poor visibility this is the best I could capture.


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