Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Jenny Huang


Sweetlip fish cruising over coral garden--
The high diversity of the fish communities in the coral reefs is maintained mainly by the complexity of these places, that provide different ways for fishes to feed, live and reproduce. As many as the species numbers are the different ways of hunting, feeding, hiding, reproducing and living.

-- from JennyHuang - (?)

Imperial partner shrimp riding on a Nudibranch--
The brilliant coloring of the imperial shrimp matches the coloring of the nudibranch, on which it lives. The shrimp feeds on plankton and detritus that get caught in the mucous covering of the host’s skin.The Shrimp's legs and claws of this shrimp are purple and the eyes are orange. Maximum length of approximately 2cm.

-- from JennyHuang - (?)

1: How long have you been involved in photography?
I began taking photos three years ago when i started to contact with underwater world. my first camera is d200 from until now. first purpose was to record what i see underwater. Then I found it is a fantastic world to explore.... I want to share the beauty of ocean to everyone and wish we can protect it forever...

2: Equipment you use?
Camera: Nikon D200 with underwater housing.

flash: SB800,INON underwater strobes

Lens: Nikkor 105mmvr, Nikkor 10.5mm fisheye,Tokina 10-17mm fisheye

3: Mac or PC?

4: What inspires you?
Flickr's photographers.
I learn a lot of skills especially how to compose my photos from flickr.

5: Preferred subject matter?
underwater critters,mother nature, travel landscape...etc.

6: Name one thing you haven't caught with the camera that you REALLY want to capture.
swimming with whales/sea lion and catch their behaviour.

7: When in doubt about your art, who do you confide in?
Original beauty is the most important for an natural photographer.

8: Qualifications/training in anything? ie: Photoshop
I worked with RAW files in Nikon Capture NX.

9: Plans for the future?
keep shooting,keep diving.

10: In one word, describe your photography.
simply Mother Nature.

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