Photo of the Day – Shrimp Goby

November 7th, 2016 • uwt

Shrimp Goby Constant Light

Photo of the Day Goby

It’s Back!  Our long running “Photo of the Day” feature from our old Word Press Blog is making a comeback on our all new, beautiful (if we do say so ourselves) website.  The “Photo of the Day” is a popular feature, but don’t take the “day” part too seriously.  Sometimes we will post daily photos but other times we may miss a few days here and there.  We will also be bringing back the “Story Behind the Shot” feature as well so stay tuned for that. What is the difference between the two you may ask?  Well, the Photo of the Day is exactly that, a photo with a brief bit of text explaining the how and where the photo was taken.   The Story Behind the Shot feature is a more well in depth post where we choose a memorable photo from days past and explain the entire story behind how it was taken.

Without further ado, our Photo of the Day for 7 November 2016 is this beautiful shrimp goby that was taken at Melasti in the Seraya area of Bali, Indonesia.  What is different about this photo is the fact that it was taken with a FIX Neo 3000 video light, no strobes were used!  Taking photos with video lights is simple and effective, we will be talking more about this technique in the coming months.

Nikon D7200, Nauticam Housing, 105mm lens, f8, 1/125, ISO 800, FIX Neo 3000 Lights