White-and-Orange on Black

Recently I’ve seen a few of these White-and-Orange Tipped Nudibranchs (Janolus fusca). In the past the few times I have seen these guys, they’ve been smaller and scrunched up so it was hard to even tell where their rhinophores are, but these couple I’ve been seeing are larger and have been sitting out in nice poses… so I thought whether it would look cool to isolate them on a field of black… Here are the photos before and after the extra photoshopping – it might be easiest to click on a photo and then you can scroll through them in the “lightbox” to compare them more easily.

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One thought on “White-and-Orange on Black

  1. Laura Kushner

    April 23, 2023 at 6:31pm

    Personally I don’t like the all black. I think a combination of perched and faded/blurred/darkened background might be interesting. I have been watching The Bird Photography Show on YouTube and getting ideas.

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      April 23, 2023 at 7:57pm

      This did make me start thinking about adding a snoot to my gear. I’ve been working on a DIY setup but didn’t get it sorted out before leaving the PNW… maybe I’ll have it ready for the next time I’m in Florida.

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