Raja Ampat in West Papua is one last Paradise. Remote, hard to access, with almost no infrastructure of tourism it is one last haven for an enormous marine biodiversity, pristine crystal clear waters, turquoise bays, hidden lagoons. The Earth as it has been for millions of years. An area roughly the size of Hungary, with only 4000 islanders scattered over the Four Kings, Raja Ampat.

Try to spot the silhouette of black tip sharks patrolling right in front of the camera :)

To make the images I used the following equipment: Nikon D3s, Nikon D800, Nikkor 24-70 mm, f2.8; 14-24 mm, f2.8; Nikkor 70-200 mm, f4. I used Manfrotto tripod.

I wish to thank Günther Wegner, creator of LRTimelapse (lrtimelapse.com). His software is simply incredible, this video wouldn't have been possible without that.

here you can see my pictures from raja Ampat: plezeradam.com/#/portfolio/raja%20ampat%20%28papua%29

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