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Beginners Portfolio 2010

November 2010

Second: Jackie Campbell

Jackie Campbell

Jackie's portfolio

The runner-up Jackie Campbell, from Ireland, learnt to dive in Australia in 1996. 'I was immediately hooked and fell completely in love with diving . I first brought a camera underwater when back in Australia 4 years ago on holiday and now I always have my camera with me when diving. I have never done a photography course, instead learning by trial and error and by exchanging tips with fellow photographers on holidays. I use Canon compact cameras with Inon ad mount lenses and mix natural light shots with those taken with a single inon d2000 strobe.'
1. barracuda stack taken in Sudan. Canon Ixus 100, Inon fisheye lens and manual white balance.
2. famous air compressor R2D2 on the Fujikawa Wreck in Truk Lagoon. Canon Ixus 100, Inon wide angle lens and single D2000 strobe.
3. close up portrait photo of a parrot fish taken on a night dive on the Umbria wreck in Sudan. Canon Ixus 100 and single D2000 strobe.
4. this eight metre whaleshark was feeding in a lagoon in the Maldives and I were extremely lucky and was able to spend 3 hours with him. Canon Ixus 980, Inon fisheye lens and MWB.
5. a diver (Ethan Gordon) surrounded by the beautiful coral growth that has taken over the masts and kingposts of the wreck of the Sankisan in Truk Lagoon. Canon Ixus 100, Inon fisheye lens and single D2000 strobe.
6. under the dive boat in Sudan. 'We had an amazing dive with about 10 silky sharks and this photo was taken just before I started my final assent'. Canon G9 with D2000 strobe.
ouching my dome port. Canon 40d, Tokina 10-17mm lens at 10mm, f11 1/100s ISO320

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