Posts Tagged ‘fish’

Photo Series Captures the Stunning Beauty of Siamese Fighting Fish

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A few years ago, Bangkok-based photographer Visarute Angkatavanich started selling his work through microstock sites, and so he went in search of some interesting subjects to populate his gallery and generate some sales. Interestingly, he found what he was looking for in his own house: his pet fish. Read more…

David and Goliath: A Photo and Video of an Underwater Tornado of Fish

For the past three years, San Diego-based photographer Octavio Aburto has had a specific photo idea brewing in his mind. He wanted to photograph the incredible underwater tornado that forms when massive groups of fish congregate to reproduce. This past November, he finally got his photo opportunity while diving with his friend David at Cabo Pulmo National Park in Mexico. The beautiful 24-second video above shows what Aburto witnessed.
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Dazzling Underwater Photographs of Fish, Dolphins, Birds, and People

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Hong Kong-based photographer Alexander Safonov shoots incredible underwater photographs showing scenes teeming with marine life.
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People with the Fish They Look Like

Evolution is a series of photographs by photographer Ted Sabarese showing people with fish they resemble.
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Novelty Tuna-Shaped Film Camera

This is probably not the most ergonomic camera body, but it puts fisheye into a whole different context.

Back in 1971, StarKist tuna sold promotional cameras in the shape of StarKist mascot Charlie the Tuna for $4.95 and three StarKist can labels. The camera, manufactured by Whitehouse Products, takes 126 cartridge film and accepts flashcubes on top of its head.

If you’re a collector, KEH Camera is selling a used Charlie Tuna camera for $79.

(via KEH Camera Blog)