Elimatation of backscatter
Posted 10 October 2011 - 06:12 PM
Sea Lion with Backscatter
Posted 12 October 2011 - 03:44 AM
Posted 12 October 2011 - 03:06 PM
Posted 17 October 2011 - 05:38 AM
Having two strobes can actually increase the potential for backscatter, especially when you're shooting near the sand like you were at SBI. Honestly, it looks to me more like there's just a lot of particulate in the water, than pure backscatter. However, angling your strobes "out" a bit more, and behind your dome port would help. Also, when you're in an area of high potential for backscatter, try to compose your wide-angle shot with more reef than open water. The reef really helps to hide the unwanted backscatter.
Here's an article I think you will find helpful ---> http://www.uwphotogr...tter-underwater
Posted 18 October 2011 - 11:31 PM
Nikon D810, D600, D80, Sigma 15mm FE, Nikon 16-35mm, Tokina 10-17mm FE, Sigma 24mm macro, Nikon 60mm macro, Nikon 105mm macro, Sigma 180mm macro. Nauticam NA-D810, 45° viewfinder, Subal ND80. Sea&Sea YS-D1 (2x), YS350 and YS90. ULCS arms.
Posted 19 October 2011 - 04:37 PM
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It's a really easy technique that takes a minute or so once you get use to it.
Hope this helps,
Nikon D800, Sea and Sea MDX-D800, Inon Z-240's, Nikkor 16-35mm, Tokina 10-17mm, Nikkor 60mm, Sigma 15mm, ULCS Hardware
Canon S95, Fix housing and w/a dome, Inon Z-240's, Nauticam Hardware