Friday, June 22, 2018

Starting Out in Underwater Photography – for the absolute beginner or just the curious.

Getting into UW Photography This is an overview of underwater photography taking the approach that you are a complete beginner, both in diving and photography...

Lighting and Editing for character.

How to light and then edit to accent character in your subjects.

Why Wide Angle??

Why us underwater photographers use wide-angle and super wide angle lenses. And just what difference they can make to your pictures.

Composition Corner – Dynamic Diagonals

Shooting on a tilt to inject some dynamics into your underwater compositions.

Dealing with difficult backgrounds in your Underwater Macro pictures.

Making your subject matter stand out against a messy background can be achieved in a number of ways. Here Duxy looks at some techniques to help you reduce the clutter, and mess to enable your subject to be the focus of attention.

Finding Opportunity in Adversity

Sometimes difficult situations we find ourselves in, can help us to learn. In this case low available light macro shooting.

Xmas Leftovers…….

Xmas Leftovers….. I hope you've all had a very merry Xmas, and eaten and drunk far too much, I certainly have as has this Lizard...

Composition Corner-Abstracts

Composition Corner-Abstracts Just a quick little blog for you all in the Composition Corner series, about abstract underwater photography. Shooting abstracts is a bit of a...

A Sad Story – or how much is a photo worth?

  A Sad Story-or how much is a photo worth?           UPDATE!!! "I originally wrote this article around three years ago, after a great Lembeh trip marred only...

Shallow Depth of Field in your UW Macro Shots

Shooting at the Shallow End Using Shallow Depth of Field in your underwater shots. I guess we first need to define what the term "Depth of...

Shark Quest Photography: Mario’s Trip report

Sitting back at my desk I had have a quiet moment to think about last week's trip. It was the first shark Quest photography...