Over-Unders with the Canon EOS R Mirrorless Camera

Over-Unders with the Canon EOS R Mirrorless Camera

Over-Unders with the Canon EOS R Mirrorless Camera

Fine art photographer Mikey Gribbin (@mikeygribbin) has been shooting one of the first housings for the Canon EOS R for about a year now. Here's a collection of images from French Polynesia and elsewhere in the world showing what this full frame mirrorless camera is capable of (half-) underwater.

Equipment used for these photos:

All photos copyright © 2020 Mikey Gribbin

 

Canon EOS R Underwater Photo by Mikey Gribbin Ikelite Housing

Canon EOS R Underwater Photo by Mikey Gribbin Ikelite Housing

Canon EOS R Underwater Photo by Mikey Gribbin Ikelite Housing

Canon EOS R Underwater Photo by Mikey Gribbin Ikelite Housing

Canon EOS R Underwater Photo by Mikey Gribbin Ikelite Housing

Canon EOS R Underwater Photo by Mikey Gribbin Ikelite Housing

Canon EOS R Underwater Photo by Mikey Gribbin Ikelite Housing

Canon EOS R Underwater Photo by Mikey Gribbin Ikelite Housing

Canon EOS R Underwater Photo by Mikey Gribbin Ikelite Housing

 

Mikey GribbinMikey Gribbin is a photographer with a passion for fine art, travel and nature photography. These passions stem from his adoration for the outdoors and a love for hiking in the back-country with his wife at his side. In 2014, Mikey received his Bachelors of Science Degree in Digital Art and Design from Full Sail University. He has received recognition for his photographs through online curators such as 500PX and National Geographic. Since then, Mikey has entered and won multiple contests and has begun building a name for himself. See more of Mikey's work at mikeygribbin.com

 

Additional Reading

Just Below the Surface | Shooting on Snorkel in Grand Cayman

How to Shoot Split Shots (Half-In, Half-Out of the Water)

Over-Under (Split Shots) Underwater Camera Settings

Getting it Sharp: Back Button Focus and Post Processing Workflow