Shooting with diopters is a natural progression for many macro photographers. Here’s what you need to know to do it right.
Underwater photography generally falls into three categories: wide-angle, macro and super-macro. Today we’ll introduce macro photography and explain how to get started.
Once you’ve mastered lighting in your underwater compositions, it’s time to learn how to shoot for a black or blue background in your macro images.
When it comes to making your images better, understanding how light works in underwater photography is key.
Learning underwater photography isn’t as hard as you think. The first step when it comes to capturing that fantastic shot is knowing your settings.
In an ongoing series, we’ll chat with prominent and up-and-coming underwater photographers. Today we sit down with Mike Bartick.