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Underwater Modelling

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“What do you have to do?” It is the first question asked by most people when it comes to underwater modeling. As an underwater model, my answer is always the same: “I have to blend myself with the underwater environment to further enhance its beauty.”
61 - Jul 2014 | Underwater Modelling

An Overview of Photo Editing Software

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Creating photos in this digital age requires postproduction computer work to get the most out of your images. In days of old, post processing meant time in the darkroom developing film and then perhaps hours spent massaging the final print under an enlarger. The techniques may have changed but the concept is the same. The real question is where do you start?

Precision control of light: Sensational Snoots

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Ask any photographer the one thing they would like to improve in their underwater images and most will likely say, “The lighting.” Lighting in photography is everything and shooting underwater often requires the photographer to read the ambient light and to create durable images on the fly.
60 - May 2014 | Sensational Snoots

Fluorescence during Night Dives

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Flourescent night diving on the rise

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Fluorescence night dives, or fluoro, UV and glow dives, as they are also known, are becoming increasingly popular as more and more dive centres offer scuba divers and underwater photographers the chance to experience this unique underwater phenomenon.

Smart Start — Preparing for Your First Photo Dive

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So… you have your new photo equipment. Cool... now what? Should we just jump in the water with it?

Fish-Eye for Critters

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The apparently contradictory choice of adding teleconverters to fish-eye lenses to obtain arresting “wide-macro” images has long been adopted by many rainforest and insect specialists—notably Frans Lanting, the grand master of them all—while several Japanese authors have pioneered its use in underwater photography since the last decade.
56 - Sep 2013 | Fish-Eye for Critters

Mirrorless Macro

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— Close-up Underwater Photography with Mirrorless Cameras
56 - Sep 2013 | Mirrorless Macro

Fluoro Diving and Photography

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As day turned to night, two Australian icons— Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House— were silhouetted on the skyline. In the fading light, we prepared our equipment for another excursion into Australia’s temperate seas to discover and prove the existence of fluorescing marine life forms in environments other than tropical oceans.

Mirrorless and Macro

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In this article, the fourth in the series on mirrorless cameras, we will look at the potential of these cameras for macro underwater photography.
54 - May 2013 | Mirrorless and Macro

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