Mike's Point, Raja Ampat, Indonesia. Copyright Eric Cheng.
Whether you shoot with a compact / point 'n shoot camera or a top-of-the-line SLR, shooting wide underwater is both challenging and rewarding. ‚€œGoing wide‚€Ě requires specific equipment, approaches and techniques. Do you have any tips or tricks that you want to share with the readers of Sport Diver Magazine?
There are many different types of environments or scenarios where your wide angle lens is the de facto choice -- the means to create the most striking image. Sometimes there are tricks to producing the types of results you‚€™re looking for. What are your tips? What‚€™s worked for you? What hasn‚€™t? What have you learned?
Send Jason & Eric your tips, or post them at the bottom of this article in the comments.
- Send one sentence quotes (you may submit as many as you‚€™d like, they will all become part of the pool we select from)
- Please include your full name if you want it published, otherwise we will use your anonymous username
- By submitting any quote you are providing permission to publish the quote and your name (if provided) in Sport Diver
Remember, we are looking for one line quotes, not images. Feel free to send images along with your quotes for our viewing pleasure, but this is a call specifically for quotes!
This is for the IMAGES column of Sport Diver Magazine. See the current column, Your Best Shots.