For this month's LOOK, we chose an image from Scuba Diving’s 2013 photo contest, Rebecca Hewett’s Destin, Florida, frogfish pair.
Says Rebecca, “I was on my local dive charter about seven miles offshore on a hard-bottom reef called White Hill, one of my favorite dive spots because of the diversity of sea life. You can see anything, from bull sharks and loggerhead turtles to macro life such as frogfish. As I began my ascent, I noticed a three-foot purple coral head I had seen at the beginning of the dive. This time I was on the bottom and could see a large frogfish masked by the coral. I had adjusted my strobes and started shooting when I noticed the second, orange frogfish in the background. They were nicely hidden away, and I was very fortunate to have captured this moment." See the rest of our 2013 photo contest winners right here.
How She Got The Shot: Nikon D80, Nikkor 60mm macro lens, Ikelite housing using 2- DS 160 sub-strobes, ISO 100, f/11.
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