Why having the boat in the right place can make your diving easier and give your underwater pictures a valuable compositional element as well as showcasing two lovely sunset split shots taken by our trip goers.
A trip report from first time liveaboarders Tony and Katie Barrett who were on the most recent Red Sea Relaxed in November escorted by Duxy and joined by Emma Farrell Freediver and Yoga Meister
How to remove distracting objects spoiling your pictures
Suggesting some solutions to the difficult problem of critter manipulation in your underwater photography. Particularly in macro photography.
The camera you have with you is more important than the better quality camera you may have at home and not immediately at hand.....
What do you use all those other pictures that you take for? The shots that don't fall into the category of competition entry or fish ID shot?
Using the new Content Aware Crop tool in Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom, and some of it's pitfalls and how to avoid them
I recently had the weighty task of judging the BSoUP Underwater Excellence competition. It was great fun but very difficult because of the high quality of the admissions.
Planning ahead is great, and it provides you with the ability to strike whilst the iron is hot, when all your ducks are in a row, and all whilst making hay in the sunshine!!, who cares about a few mixed metaphors eh?
How exposing to the left of your Histogram can transform how you work when shooting in very low light. With the ideal environment to test this being the Cenotes in the jungles of Mexico