Photography with Duxy: Help & Advice

Title Slide for Berties Trip report part two

If you’d like to check out part one of Bertie’s trip report please click here. It’s a well-known principle in …
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Title slide for Available Light White Balance

Shooting available light underwater shot’s is a combination of things. Using wide angle lenses is one but what about getting the colours correct?
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Title Slide for Underwater Snooting in four parts Pt 4

In our previous three blog parts on snooting we’ve looked at the equipment we use for snooting in part 1 …
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Underwater Snooting in four parts Pt2 title slide

Underwater Snooting – Subjects and Composition. Pt2 In part one of underwater snooting we looked at the technical practicalities of …
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Title slide of our series about shooting a Wreck Photo, of the stern of the Chrisoula K at Abu Nuhas

Diving with a group part two of our short series on safely planning and shooting a wreck photo.
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Title Slide for Available Dark blog

Learning how to control your camera to give you the best results in very low light conditions.
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Getting your priorities right

I was recently asked on our Mexico trip how best to shoot whale sharks from the surface, whilst snorkelling. I …
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Only one strobe?

How to make the best of only having one strobe, and even choosing to shoot like this out of preference.
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Whip Gobies title slide to show how to be lucky.

How being patient and working the shot can make you “luckier”
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Title picture for blog about people pictures within underwater photography

  Getting Great Pictures of Your Pals Shooting people underwater, mmmmhh, now there’s a thought I’ve entertained on many occasions, …
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Duxy's Winter Warmer title slides, part one

Our Winter Warmer Phototrip guest report by Bertie Gregory, Young Outdoor Photographer of the year winner and National Geographic
snapper.
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Title Slide for Available Light Underwater Photography Pt 1

Shooting available light is a great way to get quick and easy results, as long as you know the tricks of the trade.
A four part series on mastering the skills necessary.
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Underwater Snooting and how to edit if it doesn't go according to plan.

In part one we looked at the practical technicalities of underwater snoots, and a couple of examples of snoots in …
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Underwater snooted white eyed Moray

Snooting your strobes, made as easy as possible, part one of a series of four looking at the technical, subject choice and composition, editing and a final summary, of using this popular light modification tool in your underwater photography.
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Title caption for blog post about taking opportunity where it lays.

Try and take opportunities when they present themselves as the moment is often fleeting.
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Wreck Photo pt3 Title slide

The final part of Wreck shooting, about how to safely shoot inside of a wreck.
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Title page for Marvels of Maluku Divers blogpost

This is just a short recap blog taken from my most recent Facebook posts, on the Scubatravel page, it’s worth …
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Safely Planning and Organising a Wreck Photo Shoot

Shooting a good wreck photo with the minimum of fuss, requires careful planning. Safety and pre-planning At the beginning of …
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Title picture about blogpost about content aware technology.

A video blog about discovering and trying out some of the new Photoshop Content Aware Tools
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Our Mexican Photo Trip June 2014

A trip report about our first foray into making a two centre photo trip in marvellous Mexico. Covering the Islas de Mujeres and the Riviera Maya and the Cenotes.
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