It was tough work for her, simulating rescue scenarios, knowing how to attend to wounded divers and respond to emergency situations, including learning all the different settings with the camera, but she left her holiday an Emergency First Responder, a Rescue Diver, and an absolutely amazing Underwater Photographer. We were all blown away by how beautiful her photos were, and how precise her settings were for someone who has never taken photos underwater before. We have here some of Juliannes favorite photos which she took during her course.
The first photo starring Julianne herself on her 100th dive, a Decorator Crab who love to play dress up, a Durban Hinge-beak Shrimp, a False Clown Anemonefish, a Halimeda Ghost Pipefish, a bubble coral shrimp trying to be invisible away from his usual habitat, and a Leaf Scorpionfish. Including a beautiful Mandarinfish who are our best performers during our ‘dive at dusk’ trips, the Moorish Idols, a favorite of Juliannes as she never noticed how cute their faces were, a Nudibranch, a favorite to everyone, the Ornate Ghost Pipefish, one of our biggest celebrities at the moment, the Pontohi Seahorse, who lives at ‘Tanjung’ dive site, a big Red Crab on a night mission, a Ribbon Eel taking a peek around, who are known to be as long as 65-85cm, and last but not least, Juliannes postcard picture, the Skunk Anemonefish.
Enjoy everyone, and thank you very much Julianne.