We've just concluded another workshop in West Palm Beach Florida, with another great group of participants. Cameras ranged from point and shoots to NEX-5N's to D7000's. On Friday, nature smiled upon us and we had a great day offshore. Saturday and Sunday, though, we appararently paid some dues for wrongs we comitted in a previous life. After some deliberation, we chose not to go offshore in the 20 knot winds and 7 foot seas, so did our diving at Blue Heron Bridge. The morning had decent conditions, but the next two dives turned out to be pea soup dives instead of the nice clear water we were hoping for. Despite the challenging conditions, everyone came back with some great shots, and those lessons about strobe placement to reduce backscatter turned out to be particularly apropos.
Below are some shots from the weekend. Thank you to all of the participants for enduring the tough condition and for letting us share your photos.
shot by Sandy Joran
Looking for macro subjects under the bridge
by Cindy Collinvitti
Cindy diving the Breakers Reef
Half of the group. It's tough to get them all in the same place at the same time!
by Mia Sohn
Working the Sailboat Wreck near Blue Heron Bridge
shot by Jane Corliss
shot by Janerio Morgan