Gallery of Underwater Photographs from Cuba

Gallery of Underwater Photographs from Cuba

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Brain coral, María la Gorda, Cuba
Photograph © 2019 Josef Litt

Cuba is such an intriguing country. Thanks to its economic situation, Cuban reefs are exposed to less environmental stress than others in the Gulf of Mexico. Also, active protection of some of the marine reserves ensures an abundance of large species unseen else in the Caribbean.

I can’t wait to visit Cuba again in March 2020!

Check the planned trips in my blog.

Join me on one of my trips and bring back your own photos!

Gallery of Underwater Photographs from the Galapagos

Gallery of Underwater Photographs from the Galapagos

Photography

Hammerhead wall at the Landslide, Wolf Island, Galapagos
Photograph © 2016 Josef Litt

I look forward to going to the enchanted archipelago again in the next few days, hoping for extraordinary encounters with the spectacular fauna of Galapagos.

Watch this space, new imagery coming soon!

In the meantime, check the stories from the islands in my blog.

Join me on one of my trips and bring back your own photos!

Selling a Complete Underwater Photography Kit with Canon 7D

Selling a Complete Underwater Photography Kit with Canon 7D

Selling a complete underwater photography kit With Canon 7d for £2,990

My beloved equipment, camera , lenses, housing, ports and strobes need to go!

It is time to give farewell to my beloved underwater photography kit. I upgraded to full-frame some time ago and used this only as a backup.

It was never flooded. All components for macro and wide-angle are in. Insert fresh AA batteries into strobes and you are ready to go.

The set comes in a sturdy Pelican case, allowed as a hand-luggage on most airlines.

What is included?

  • Canon 7D body – low usage, boxed
  • Canon EF-S 60mm f/2.8 USM macro lens – decorative ring broken, no impact on the functionality, boxed
  • Tokina AT-X 10-17mm F3.5-4.5 DX Fisheye Lens – Canon Mount, boxed
  • Nauticam NA-7D housing with optical bulkheads – purchased and serviced at Nauticam UK / Underwater Visions
  • Nauticam Macro Port 41 for Canon 60 mm – deep scratch on glass (luggage handling), no impact on the functionality
  • Nauticam 8.5” acrylic fisheye dome port – repairable scratches on the dome port, shade broken and repaired
  • Repair kit for acrylic dome ports
  • Nauticam focus gear TC1017-Z for Tokina AT-X 10-17mm F3.5-4.5 Fisheye DX
  • Fantasea Nano focus light
  • 2x Inon Z-240 with warm and cold diffusers
  • 2x optical cable for Inon Z-240 (repaired but fully functional)
  • 2x 6″ Stix arm with 2 jumbo floats
  • 2x 9″ Stix arm with 3.5 large floats
  • 6x standard clamp

All for only £2,990.

The complete set.
The set comes with a hand-luggage Pelican case.

Most of the photographs on this website have been taken with this equipment.

Some More Accessories to Consider.

These things also need to go:

  • Zen 100mm Optical Glass Dome Port for Tokina 10-17 and Nauticam – pristine £590 (new £830)
  • Deepshots Z Tentacle Solid core fibre optic snoot for Inon Z-240 and D-2000 £60 (new £109)
  • TTL Synccord 4103.51 Ikelite strobe to Ikelite bulkhead £50 (new £97)
  • SOLD: Kenko Teleplus HD 1.4x DGX for Canon – pristine, boxed £79 (new £139)
  • SOLD: Nauticam Enhanced 180° viewfinder – used £790 (new £1,132)

 

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Gallery of Palau Photographs

Gallery of Palau Photographs

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Healthy coral growth is one of the hallmarks of Palawian diving.
Photograph © 2018 Josef Litt

Diving Palau, the archipelago full of mushroom-like islets covered with lush vegetation above the water and stunning coral reef underwater, was on my bucket list since I started to dive. Finally, we made the dream came true with All4Dive, our favourite dive club from Prague in the Czech Republic.

As a preparation, I made a list of animals I’d like to encounter and places I’d want to visit. Mantas, sharks, nautilus, aeroplane wrecks, the Chandelier cave and the Jellyfish lake, belong to the unmissable attractions. The chains of islands itself are a spectacular view, best enjoyed from the air.

I could have hardly seen all this beauty during one week of liveaboard diving. Also, the weather was not the best during our trip and caused some lousy visibility at the beginning of the journey. We saw mantas, but I did not have a good enough photographic opportunity to capture their majesty.

Despite the weather, we had a great time aboard Ocean Hunter III, and I was able to bring back some images. There are so many aspects of Palau we did not explore. We will be back and report.

In the meantime, enjoy the pictures from the last trip.

Join me on one of my trips and bring back your own photos!

Gallery of Galapagos Photographs

Gallery of Galapagos Photographs

Photography

Galapagos cruise boat Tip Top IV. Aerial view at taken in Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz.
Photograph © 2017 Josef Litt
Galapagos photographs usually tell a story. Enjoy this gallery of unpublished images I took while cruising around the islands in 2017.

Join me on one of my Galapagos trips and bring back your own photos!

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