Photographer: Brent Schnarr
Title: 334:365 alt Nemo
Getting a good exposure on dry land is tough. Underwater photography adds so many new variables, few people make an effort to really master it. Schnarr has.
Excellent composition. Beautiful lighting. Sharp focus. All of which are more difficult underwater, where movement of both subject and photographer is near constant. As an added bonus, the resulting image shows the symbiotic relationship between clownfish and sea anemones. Capturing behavior is a hallmark of good wildlife photography.
Photo originally shared in Photofocus’ Flickr group.
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