Archive for the ‘Guest Galleries’ Category

Tom’s Photo Class Gallery

Tom joined us from Jakarta for a couple of days to familiarise himself with his new camera setup – a Canon G12  with Inon S2000 strobe.  Tom was looking for greater consistency in his shots and an understanding of how to control the features of his new setup to get what he wants.

Whilst this blog is normally filled with dSLR shots from people staying for a long time we hope you find Toms photos interesting, shot over 3 1/2 diving days with 4 dives with Simon on days 2 and 4. In the end he was achieving good colour and was able to control the lighting for various situations, all whilst using Aperture Priority.  Tom will be back later in the year for a course on Manual Mode, so we’ll see you again soon, Tom.

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Guest Gallery: Martin Steinmeier

Dragon Shrimp by Martin Steinmeier

With Martin Steinmeier we want to present you another Guest Gallery on our NAD-Lembeh Website. Martin is a UW Photographer from Germany and  last month he came already for his third trip to Lembeh Strait. He loves Macro, shoots a Canon EOS 500D in a Hugyfot Housing (with towel) and took some really nice shots on his recent trip.

Guest Gallery: EunJae Im

Lembeh Clown Frogfish

EunJae is one of our repeater guests and a good friend, that often leads groups to Indonesia. And most of the time he also comes for a little visit in Lembeh. EunJae knows Indonesia really well, has lived in Bali previously and also speaks Indonesian. As seen in previous posts, he mostly shoots video. But in this guest gallery on our resort website you can find a small selection of his photos.

NAD Guest Galleries: Kim Yusuf

Lizardfish eating Octopus by Kim Yusuf @ NAD Lembeh Resort

Let us introduce you to a new feature on our NAD Lembeh website – the Guest Galleries. Little portraits of UW Photographers that stayed with us at NAD Lembeh. The first Gallery is from Kim Yusuf from Germany who stayed at NAD Lembeh already three times … have a look at his pictures. If you have stayed with us before and have a nice set of images you would like to share – feel free to contact us.