I was sad to see the demise of Fuji’s NeoPan 400 B&W film stock recently.
All of my underwater work was shot using NeoPan 400, in a Subal housed Nikon D90x & Nikkor 16mm ƒ2.8 lens, and for those who are wondering.. I rated the stock at 1600asa, and later colour graded the work on system. This approach allowed me to shoot using natural light, and at depth.
More of my underwater work examples can be found here.
End of day safety stop, Little Cayman.
Wreck of the SS Thistlegorm, near Ras Muhammad, Red Sea.
Safety stop, Cayman Brac.
Wreck of the Caraquet, Bermuda.
Just before the drop off, Bloody Bay Wall, Little Cayman.
Wreck of the Russian Frigate 356, Cayman Brac.
6000 feet straight down in to the blue, Bloody Bay Wall, Little Cayman.
Stunning visibility near Bloody Bay Wall, Little Cayman.
Shoal of Bat Fish, Red Sea.
The huge fluted anchor from the wreck of L’Herminie, Bermuda.
Live aboard captain and ex US Navy Seal, captain Tom Talmadge, diving for Lobster, Little Cayman.
Cement bags litter the wreck of the Constellation, the inspiration for Peter Benchley’s film The Deep, Bermuda.