Jump to content

- - - - -

Best of Wetpixel: General

  • This topic is locked This topic is locked
No replies to this topic

#1 segal3


    Powerful Sea Gull

  • Admin
  • 1739 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Los Angeles, CA

Posted 06 May 2007 - 11:42 PM

Please use the Contact form to suggest a worthy thread!

Your ONE best shot of 2005 - Any image taken underwater in 2005 - can you choose your best?
Your favourite shot of 2006 - The tradition continues, with your favourite underwater photograph of 2006.
Your Favourite Shot of 2007 - The third of the series, for images of 2007.

Is this a male dominated hobby? - While the poll has disappeared over time, a discussion that questions the balance of men and women participating in underwater photography and SCUBA in general.
What dive qualification (is sufficient for UW photography)? - At what point is it appropriate to take a camera underwater? Most posters believe personal attitude and buoyancy control skill are better indicators than a C-card.
Drysuit care - Basic instructions and hints regarding maintenance of a drysuit.

Your Favourite Photographers - From Amsler to Perrine to Wu, contributions range from the famous to obscure. Both underwater and topside photographers accepted.
Optimisation enhancement or manipulation?
Too many megapixels? - When this thread was started in 2003, the 10D and D100 were popular cameras, with only a half-dozen megapixels. With cameras soon to push past the 20MP barrier, when should it stop?

Photo Competition Database - A listing of various underwater and topside international photo and video competitions (could use updating!).
Ultimate photo resource book? - The books of basic photography are sometimes the most useful literature to have; both underwater and standard photography resources are discussed.
Online Photographic Resources

Baiting/feeding sharks: the controversy
Something for your eyes - Jessica Alba holding an Ikelite housing - There's an Ikelite housing in this thread? Also featuring a classic Nikonos setup.
Matt Segal - carbonos scuba