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Sizing Her Up
Photograph by Courtney Platt

Corey Malcom measures the thickness of the sternpost at the lower back end of the Henrietta Marie. On this ten-day stint at the site in July 2001, the team spent some eight hours a day under water. “It took most of the week to uncover and measure the ship and a day to rebury her in the sand to protect her,” Malcom says. He hopes eventually to recover the fragile hull and preserve it on land.

Photo Fast Facts

Camera: Nikon F3 in Aquatica housing
Film Type: Ektachrome VS 100 ASA
Lens: N/A
Speed and F-Stop: 1/30 @ f/8
Weather Conditions: N/A
Time of Day: Late afternoon
Lighting Techniques: I mixed available light and flash fill from two Ikelite 400s.


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