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British photographer Vittoria Amati accidentally turned one of her underwater photographs into a negative and was please with the transformation. She decided to do the same with her entire collection of marine life photographs shot in the waters of the Bunaken Marin Park, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.

The unusual photographs taken up to 30m below the surface reveal creatures such as coral, fish and crabs in stunning details. (Picture above, a star fish, Gomophia watsoni)

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Picture: SOLENT/Vittoria Amati

(Black-saddled sharpnose fish)

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Picture: SOLENT/Vittoria Amati

(Banggai cardinal fish)

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Picture: SOLENT/Vittoria Amati

(Red soft coral and brittlestar)

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Picture: SOLENT/Vittoria Amati

(A Nembrotha species)

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Picture: SOLENT/Vittoria Amati

(Coral grouper)

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Picture: SOLENT/Vittoria Amati

(Sea urchin, Diademasavignyi)

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Picture: SOLENT/Vittoria Amati

(Sea anemone)

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Picture: SOLENT/Vittoria Amati

(A strap-weed filefish, Pseudomonacanthus macrurus)

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Picture: SOLENT/Vittoria Amati

(Echinothrix calamaris)

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