Snooting in Lembeh
This was my first experience diving in Lembeh, and it did not disappoint. The dive guides were able to help me find and photograph most of the amazing creatures that I travelled so far to see. I have dove several different locations around the world, and I can honestly say the the variety and numbers of macro critters found in the Lembeh Strait is far and away superior to any other location I have experienced. The staff at the Lembeh Resort is eager to help you have the best service during your visit, and they are seemingly always asking how they can make your experience better. If you are an underwater photographer, the Lembeh Strait is an absolute must. Period. You have to visit this place and photograph the amazing “critters” here. Furthermore, I believe that Lembeh Resort is the best place to stay. They have excellent facilities for photographers with huge rinse tanks, and a large camera room with plenty of space and charging stations. The guides are also skilled at helping you get the shots you want. Just tell them what you’re after, and they make it happen. I can’t wait to return…
Matt McGee has photographed marine life around the world including destinations such as Cocos Island, Costa Rica; Revillagigedo Islands, Mexico; Beqa Lagoon, Fiji; Tiger Beach in the Bahamas; and Komodo, Indonesia. Matt has also spent time photographing people and places above water as well in locations such as China, and Nepal. Samples of his work can be seen on his blog. Matt lives in Franklin, TN with his wife and two children.