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Close Focus Wide Angle

Close Focus Wide Angle

One of the basic rules of underwater photography is “get close, then get closer.” This is because the more water between you and the subject, the more red light is absorbed and more suspended particles get in the way. There are really only two lens types that allow...
Getting Your Color Back

Getting Your Color Back

While many photographers on land achieve their best images using only natural light and never touch a flash, the same is not true most of the time underwater. Beneath the surface, color is lost very quickly. By about 15 feet, most of your reds will be gone, and...
Your Other Lens

Your Other Lens

Something that is often over looked in underwater photography is the lens that goes in front of our face, our mask.  You will want something that is comfortable, made out of tempered glass & soft silicone, has a low profile and black skirt. This is one time that...