When your camera floods, a great dive can turn into an expensive one. Here’s our beginner’s guide on how to keep your underwater camera from flooding.
Photo Gear & Techniques
In an ongoing series, we’ll chat with prominent and up-and-coming underwater photographers. Today we chat with Brent Durand.
The small Paralenz Dive Camera has started to make a big impact on divers. Here’s what you can do with this must-have addition to your underwater photography gear.
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.
Most underwater cameras require filters to keep the colors in your images looking brilliant. But with the built-in Paralenz DCC, extra filters are a thing of the past.
In an ongoing series, we’ll chat with prominent and up-and-coming underwater photographers. Today we sit down with Matt Testoni.
There is no substitute for practice and experience, but in the second of two articles on macro photography in Utila we’ll offer you some tips and tricks to get started.
The Paralenz Dive Camera was built by divers, for divers. And it was tested by divers too. Here’s what a worldwide group of water enthusiasts has to say about the new camera.
Once you become technically competent in underwater photography, using unique angles to shoot animals in creative ways can create unique compositions.
We all marvel at beautiful underwater shots and wish we could take similar photos. According to Utila photographer Brad Ryon, it’s not as hard as we think.
There’s a new player in the underwater dive camera market: the Paralenz Dive Camera. How does it hold up under the waves?
SeaLife, in collaboration with Fire Dive Gear, introduced the new Sea Dragon Mini Fluoro light at the DEMA (Dive Equipment & Marketing Association) tradeshow in Orlando in early November.
When it comes to making your images better, understanding how light works in underwater photography is key.
In an ongoing series, we’ll chat with prominent and up-and-coming underwater photographers. Today we sit down with Jennifer O’Neil.
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.
If you’re interested in underwater videography it can be hard to know where to start. Check out our brief tutorial for tips on how to set up your rig.