I enjoy shooting goby and blenny fish because they’re so small and I’m not quite sure if they’re resting or hovering above the corals. They have rather interesting markings as well in their semi-transparent skin as you can see from the facial markings of this particular goby.
I really liked how this B&W filter turned out. It gives a clearer drama on the frogfish (see the eye) waiting for its prey to swim a bit nearer so it could lure it into its mouth. This was shot in Secret Bay in Anilao.