Night Dive

Night Dive
Familiar territories can look very different at night as a whole other set of creatures come out to hunt. Here are some considerations for shooting after dark.

Sharks

Sharks
Don't be afraid to see sharks on your next dive- they tend to keep a distance unless you're actively feeding them. Here are some quick tips on shooting the most majestic predators in the ocean.

Macro Close-Up

Macro Close-Up
Macro photography is the magic of capturing tiny subjects in an image that is larger than life and bursting with color!

Dolphins

Dolphins
Dolphin encounters are typically fast paced with lots of swimming. Individuals in a pod will pass very close to you, but at high speeds so you don't have time to experiment much with light and settings.

Close Focus Wide Angle

Close Focus Wide Angle
Close Focus Wide Angle is one of the "oldest tricks in the book" for many professional photographers, and has graced many magazine covers.

Split Shots (Half-In, Half-Out)

Split Shots (Half-In, Half-Out)
The perspective in an image shot with your dome port half submerged provides a sense of scale that is unique. Also called over-unders, many photographers consider these the most difficult category of wide angle images to capture.

Caverns and Cenotes

Caverns and Cenotes
These settings will get you started in dark environments when only a small amount of ambient light is shining in.

Tropical Reef

Tropical Reef
For use in a wide variety of salt water environments including the Caribbean, Red Sea, Australasia and South Pacific when you have at least partial sun up to about 30m (100 ft).