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Underwater Photography 101

Underwater Photography 101

I got into underwater photography shortly after learning how to scuba dive in the very early ‘90s. I already owned a near-top-of-the-line Nikon SLR, so it was a natural to put it in a housing and take it below the surface. …

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Editor’s Log: Chasing The Dream

Editor's Log: Chasing The Dream

When my wife and I first arrived in the Caribbean, we couldn’t get enough of snorkeling and would think nothing about spending hours in the water, the tropical sun burning our backs, its rays lighting the shallows like a stage. …

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Underwater Photography Tips – A How to Guide

Photo by Becky A. Bauer

Over the past few months our new photographers polished their buoyancy control skills. They put together underwater photo kits and learned how to take care of your underwater photo gear.  Plus, you’ve practiced using their new cameras so operation became …

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Putting an Underwater Photography Kit Together

Underwater photography allows you to share a whole new world

Before we send budding underwater photographers fleeing over the costs of putting together an underwater photography kit, we offer a couple of items that are free: used dryer sheets and heavy duty rubber bands. What to do with these comes …

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Care and Feeding of Underwater Photo Gear

  As stated in Underwater Photography Part One, many an underwater photographer gives up and sells his gear because lack of buoyancy control makes the endeavor too stressful and unrewarding.  There is, however, another reason one finds so much underwater …

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