I only browsed thru a few of your images, but over-all I'd say they're quite impressive. My only real negative comment...and this could very well be due to the small size on my monitor...is that on a few of them, the focus looks a little off. On one imparticular, a frontal face close us of a silver colored fish, the focus on the snout was sharp, but the eyes are a tad soft. I'm guessing you were probably shooting with the lens aperature wide open, so you may wish to pay a little more attention to where you're selectivly focusing (eye's should always be in focus). The first two in the series I looked at...a small fish and some kind of sea plant (enemeni perhaps?)...both looked a little soft on the focus in general, but again that could just be due to the small image size on my monitor here.
Other then that, very nice work...good job! I'm guessing that most of those were really fun to shoot eh?
I'd love a chance to due some scooba-diving photography, but the closest I'll probably ever get is the Newport Aquarium down in Kentucky. I'm just curious, where did you shoot most of those at? Looks like a beautful tropical location some where...
Bright Blessings & Gentle Breezes,