Shot with a 105mm macro lens

Same fish as in the previous photo. Shot with a 105mm macro lens fitted with a 1,4 Kenko teleconverter and a +10 SubSee dioptre. No Cropping

My buddy Casper Tybjerg is working the macro lens

Al Shalateen - a Camel marked close to the Egyptian/ Sudanese border

The camel tunnel

The participants enjoying one of many beautiful sunsets.

For the second time I joined Casper Tybjerg, Karina Aarup Mikkelsen  and David Bennett on RSPE (Red Sea Photo Expidition) 17/11 - 24/11 2012. My job was again to help the participants on their first try with underwater photography. I also produced underwater photo material for HEPCA - an invironmental organization working to protect life in and around the Red Sea. The whole week was a huge succes, with hundreds of amazing photos taken by the very talented participants. At the end of the week we all personally gave our photos to HEPCA. It was a very good feeling to be able to help in the on going fight to keep the Red Sea healthy.

Equipment used: Nikon D300, Sea&Sea housing, twin YS110 strobes. Lenses: Tokina 10-17mm fisheye, Nikon 105mm macro, Nikon 18-200mm. Extras: 1,4x Kenko teleconverter and a +10 SubSee dioptre. And a ZOLA 600 photo focus light.