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Trote nel fiume Skibotn, nella Norvegia settentrionale. Quando i pesci sono arrivati nella giusta inquadratura, lo scatto è stato realizzato con una singola esposizione, con una messa a fuoco regolata all’infinito per esporre il paesaggio. La testa del pesce, leggermente sovraesposta, è stata resa un po’ più scura.
Sea running brown trout at spawning ground (together with two roe eating juveniles) in Northern Norway (River Skibotn). Single exposure where the focus and aperture is adjusted during the exposure. The fish were attract to the self-made underwater housing by use of strong led light. When in the right position, the moving fish was exposed and with two underwater flashes fired on first curtain (f22), then the focus was adjusted to infinity followed by a full opening on the aperture to expose the landscape (self-made system). Some dust/flare is removed in the file due to ice crystal formation on the glass by a slightly cropping of the picture and in the digital post-processing. The slightly overexposed nose area of the fish was made a little darker. Canon 1DX, Samyang 14mm, 2xCanon 600 flashes below water, self-made underwater housing.