Ever since taking a Nikonos V on the last dive of his open water dive course in 1994, Erik Schlögl has had a strong interest in underwater photography. His photographs have been published in numerous books, magazines and newspapers. The highest accolade he has received so far was a "Highly Commended" in the Gerald Durrell Award for Endangered Wildlife category of the Natural History Museum/BBC Wildlife Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. His more "artistic" images can be found on his photographic website.
He currently uses a Nikon D300 in a Seacam housing, and his preferred lenses for nudibranch photography are the 60mm and 105mm Micro Nikkor.
A lot of his nudibranch images are taken in Sydney, where he now resides, but also at other sites across Australasia, especially tropical Australia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea.
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- Nikon D300