Luisfer Diego

Residence: Basque Country, Spain

Luisfer (real name is Luis Fernando) got his first experience with Scuba equipment near Koh Tao in 1996, but it was in 1997 when he took his OWD course in Roatan. Since then, he was engaged with the underwater photography and started taking pictures with a Sea&Sea MX5 slide camera. After first contacts with uw cameras he moved to a Olympus C-4000 digital and begun to take nudis and sea slugs pictures in a Sulawesi trip. He soon discovered his passion for macro photography and critter pictures. When he noticed the limitations of his uw photo equipment, he moved to Nikon D70 which is the one he uses at the present.

At the same time he founded in 1993 Rutas Loyangani , www.loyangalani.com, a travel agency which later was specialized in diving trips. Tireless traveller, he knows all the diving destinations which markets in his travel agency, and in any trip the uw camera is his inseparable buddy. He never knows where he will find a new nudi !!!

At the moment he is preparing his personal page, www.loyangalani.es, which will be in the web very soon, and continues diving and travelling as much as possible worldwide even in the cold waters of his Atlantic Sea home coasts.


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Nudibranch Species from Luisfer Diego » View all photo from Luisfer Diego (305 photos)

Diaphorodoris luteocincta from Bermeo, Spain
(2 photos from Luisfer Diego)
Discodoris sp. from Canary Islands, SpainIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
(1 photo from Luisfer Diego)
Dondice banyulensis from Aguilas, SpainIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
(1 photo from Luisfer Diego)
Doriopsilla areolata from Bermeo, SpainIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
(5 photos from Luisfer Diego)
Elysia crispata from Los Roques, VenezuelaIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
(1 photo from Luisfer Diego)
Elysia ornata from Sangeang Island, Indonesia
(2 photos from Luisfer Diego)
Flabellina affinis from Canary Islands, SpainIdentification reviewed by Terry Gosliner
(3 photos from Luisfer Diego)
Flabellina babai from Tabarca, SpainIdentification reviewed by Marta Pola
(1 photo from Luisfer Diego)
Flabellina bicolor from Sangeang Island, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Dave Behrens
(1 photo from Luisfer Diego)
Flabellina bilas from Lombok, Indonesia
(1 photo from Luisfer Diego)
Flabellina exoptata from Lembeh, Indonesia
(1 photo from Luisfer Diego)
Flabellina rubrolineata from Komodo, Indonesia
(6 photos from Luisfer Diego)
 

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