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I’m by no means a professional photographer, but the lessons I’ve learned over the last few months will be useful to anyone looking to improve his or her underwater photography.
Take better pictures of your fellow divers with these tips and tricks
Simply putting a camera or smartphone in a waterproof case and snapping away while underwater doesn’t necessarily produce good results.
Tips, tricks and techniques to get the most out of your underwater video
How to best mount your camera for great underwater photos.
Now that you know your hardware, let’s take a look at settings.
In this article series, we’ll cover all you need to know to make your GoPro into a lean, mean, dive footage-creating machine.
Though they are beautiful to see underwater and they add a stunning element to your underwater photos, sun balls can be tricky, as you’ll be shooting at the limits of your camera’s capabilities. These tips will help you get the most out of your SLR or mirrorless camera.
Shoot. I just missed getting the whole gill into the picture. Is there a way to add some room to the edge?
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Olympus was kind enough to send along a pre-release sample of the newest Tough camera to The Digital Shootout, the TG-3.
SeaLife Introduces the First Permanently Sealed Never-Leak Underwater Camera: The Micro HD
This picture was taken with my old camera gear, but I’ve never captured as good a pose. How can I perfect this shot? Color? Sharpening?
Let’s face it, while today’s DSLR cameras have tons of features and menu items for customization, that can be overwhelming to the new shooter, or to one who makes only a couple of dive trips a year. Worse yet, some settings could give the false impression that your equipment is faulty, when a simple setting change solves the problem. Here are our best tips for getting started.
What can you do to avoid this next time? How should your gear be stored? Wet or dry? Batteries in or out? Here are a few tips that will help you extend the life of your gear, and make sure it’s ready to go when you are.
Many underwater photographers shoot with cameras that have the capability to also shoot video. What does one do if you are primarily a still shooter who wants to dabble in video, but doesn’t want to spend the time and effort to learn a video editing software?