In part three of our available light series we will look at some of the pitfalls associated with shooting without strobes and what we do to overcome them.
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.
In part one we looked at the practical technicalities of underwater snoots, and a couple of examples of snoots in use. And in part two...
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.
Try and take opportunities when they present themselves as the moment is often fleeting.
The final part of Wreck shooting, about how to safely shoot inside of a wreck.
This is just a short recap blog taken from my most recent Facebook posts, on the Scubatravel page, it’s worth going and “liking it”...
UPDATE !! Since I posted this I have done a more specific look at shooting the Ghiannis D a very popular and photogenic Red...
A video blog about discovering and trying out some of the new Photoshop Content Aware Tools
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.