Underwater Photography Equipment

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Underwater photography is a whole new game. The altered light conditions and depth considerations make getting the right equipment a must. In this presentation, we'll look at the various equipment underwater photographers need to get stunning underwater shots - from underwater cameras, flashes, housings and interior case weights.

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Underwater Photography Equipment

  1. 1. Underwater PhotographyEverything You Need to Shoot Under the Sea
  2. 2. Shooting Under the SeaUnderwater photography is a whole new game. And gettingwet is just the beginning. Altered light conditions,decreased range of motion and depth considerations makeit more difficult to get the shot you want, but all the morerewarding when you do.In this presentation, we’lllook at the equipmentyou’ll need to take yourpassion under water. http://www.cameta.com/
  3. 3. Underwater HousingsTo take your landlubbing camera under water, youwill need an underwater camera case or housing.If you opt for an underwaterhousing, make sure youinclude a silica gel packto prevent condensationfrom forming insideyour housing. http://www.cameta.com/
  4. 4. Dedicated Underwater CamerasDedicated underwater cameras, like those made bySealife, provide the easiest way to get great underwaterpictures, as they are made to filter out the blue light – soyou won’t have to take special camera filters with you under water. http://www.cameta.com/
  5. 5. Underwater FlashNo matter what kind of camera you take on your snorkelingtrip or dive, you will need a an underwater flash, or strobe. http://www.cameta.com/
  6. 6. Interior Case WeightsAdding weight to your camera will help to achieve neutralbuoyancy under water and improve your ability to handlethe camera. If you’re diving, interior case weights are a must. http://www.cameta.com/
  7. 7. ConsiderationsBoth experienced divers looking to add a camera to theirdive gear, and avid photographers interested in trainingtheir eyes on underwater landscapes, need to takeprecautions. All the rules change onceyou get under water.Always dive with a partnerand pay attention to allrules and precautionsrelated to your pursuit. http://www.cameta.com/
  8. 8. About CametaCameta Camera is a truebrick-and-mortar camera storein Amityville, NY. We’ve beenselling photography equipmentand distilling advice to professionalsand hobbyists alike for more than 25 years.For more photography tips, visit our blog atCameta.com/blog. http://www.cameta.com/

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