Customer Photos | Tony Doggett Captivated by the Sea

What started as a stint in the U.S. Foreign Services became a passion for underwater photography. Tony Doggett shares some of his favorite finds from Egypt to Indonesia. Tony's setup:  Red Sea photos were taken using a Nikon D7100, Nikkor 10-24 lens, and dual DS160 Strobes. Flores Sea photos were taken using a Sony A6300 Mirrorless, Sony 10-18mm lens, and dual DS160 Strobes.

  

Clinton Doggett Starburst

"Starburst" Feather Duster Worm | Flores Sea, Indonesia © Tony Doggett 2021

 

Clinton Doggett Aquarium

"Aquarium" | Red Sea, Egypt © Tony Doggett 2021

 

Clinton Doggett Jewel

"Jewel" Giant Glam | Red Sea, Egypt © Tony Doggett 2021 

 

Clinton Doggett Protector

"Protector" Anemone Fish | Flores Sea, Indonesia © Tony Doggett 2021 

 

Clinton Doggett Red Jewel

"Red Jewel" Crinoid | Flores Sea, Indonesia © Tony Doggett 2021 

 

Clinton Doggett Anemone Garden

"Anemone Garden" | Flores Sea, Indonesia © Tony Doggett 2021 

 

Clinton Doggett Long Face

"Why the Long Face?" | Red Sea, Egypt © Tony Doggett 2021 

 

Clinton Doggett Sleeping

"I'm Only Sleeping" Parrot Fish | Red Sea, Egypt © Tony Doggett 2021 

 

Clinton Doggett Not Speaking

"Not Speaking" Anemone Fish | Flores Sea, Indonesia © Tony Doggett 2021  

 

Clinton Doggett Coming Up

"Coming Up" Damsel Fish | Red Sea, Egypt © Tony Doggett 2021 

 

Clinton Doggett Bio Pic

Clinton "Tony" Doggett became captivated by the sea the moment he stuck his head into the water off the coast of Na Trang, Vietnam at the age of twelve. Later in life he joined the U.S. Foreign Service and was posted to Egypt, where he was certified and became an avid underwater photographer. More of Tony's underwater photos and other shots from around the world can be found at his website.

 

 

 

 

 

Additional Reading

Video: The Hypnotic Sea | Bursting with Life in Post-COVID Red Sea

Dolphins and Rays in the Red Sea with the Panasonic GH5 and Trim Weight System

An Insiders Guide to Diving Wakatobi Resort Indonesia 

The Right Lens for Every Situation Underwater 

Connecting Two Strobes to your Underwater Housing

Creature Feature: the Flashing Disco Clam

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