Erik Schlögl

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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Nudibranch Species from Erik Schlögl » View all photo from Erik Schlögl (89 photos)

Hypselodoris bennetti from Nelson Bay, Australia
(1 photo from Erik Schlögl)
Hypselodoris bullockii from Great Barrier Reef, Australia
(1 photo from Erik Schlögl)
Hypselodoris obscura from Nelson Bay, Australia
(1 photo from Erik Schlögl)
Janolus sp. from Nelson Bay, Australia
(1 photo from Erik Schlögl)
Jorunna funebris from Kimbe Bay, PNG
(1 photo from Erik Schlögl)
Jorunna sp. from Lord Howe Island, Australia
(1 photo from Erik Schlögl)
Nembrotha cristata from Bunaken, Indonesia
(1 photo from Erik Schlögl)
Neodoris chrysoderma from New South Wales, Australia
(1 photo from Erik Schlögl)
Noumea haliclona from New South Wales, Australia
(1 photo from Erik Schlögl)
Noumea sulphurea from Sydney, Australia
(1 photo from Erik Schlögl)
Phyllidia elegans from Kimbe Bay, PNG
(1 photo from Erik Schlögl)
Phyllidia ocellata from Great Barrier Reef, Australia
(1 photo from Erik Schlögl)
 

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