Alan Coppel

Nationality: American

Residence: Orange County, California

Obtaining his open water certification in December 2007, Alan has since quickly amassed over 700 dives, and now holds his master scuba diver certification. He counts himself fortunate enough to dive in over 20 countries, although his favorite, and most frequented destinations, are in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and the Philippines. Early trips to Lembeh and Milne Bay earned him great appreciation for all macro life, including nudibranchs.

While still learning as an underwater photographer, he now can't imagine ever jumping in the water without having his camera! He currently uses a Sealife DC1200 camera with dual strobes.


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Nudibranch Species from Alan Coppel » View all photo from Alan Coppel (174 photos)

Chromodoris sp. from Gorontalo, Indonesia
(1 photo from Alan Coppel)
Chromodoris splendida from New South Wales, Australia
(1 photo from Alan Coppel)
Chromodoris thompsoni from Sydney, Australia
(1 photo from Alan Coppel)
Chromodoris tinctoria from Dumaguete, Philippines
(2 photos from Alan Coppel)
Chromodoris verrieri from Milne Bay, PNG
(1 photo from Alan Coppel)
Chromodoris westraliensis from Ningaloo Reef, Australia
(1 photo from Alan Coppel)
Chromodoris willani from Tufi, PNG
(1 photo from Alan Coppel)
Cyerce nigra from Milne Bay, PNG
(1 photo from Alan Coppel)
Discodoris boholiensis from Alor, Indonesia
(1 photo from Alan Coppel)
Doris sp. from Zavora, Mozambique
(1 photo from Alan Coppel)
Doto sp. from Bali, Indonesia
(1 photo from Alan Coppel)
Elysia diomedea from Sea of Cortez, Mexico
(2 photos from Alan Coppel)
 

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