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Wetpixel Live: Part Two of How Wildlife Photography Became Art Photo

Wetpixel Live: Part Two of How Wildlife Photography Became Art

In the second episode discussing the release of a new book celebrating the images from the last 55 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Contests, regular contributor Alex Mustard and Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon chat about the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Contest, why image makers should enter it, its forthcoming awards ceremony and some ideas about choosing your images.

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Ikelite Ships Housing for Sony a6000 Photo

Ikelite Ships Housing for Sony a6000

Ikelite is shipping its housing for the Sony a6000 mirrorless camera. Constructed of Ikelite’s signature white ABS and featuring the DLM port system, the housing has optional TTL strobe triggering, a port for adding a vacuum system and the camera’s LCD screen can be tilted inside the housing to make it easier to view.

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Wetpixel Live: Photographing Whitetip Sharks Photo

Wetpixel Live: Photographing Whitetip Sharks

Egypt’s Red Sea offers a fairly unique opportunity to photograph oceanic whitetip (Carcharhinus longimanus) sharks without bait. With the help of some of his amazing images, regular contributor Alex Mustard and Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon discuss some of the techniques that can help provide underwater photographers with memorable images of these iconic and increasingly rare animals.

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Nauticam ships NA-R5 housing for EOS R5 Photo

Nauticam ships NA-R5 housing for EOS R5

Nauticam is shipping its housing for the Canon EOS R5 camera. Using their N120 port system, the housing offers compatibility with both RF and EF lenses with the EF to Rf mount adapter. It has an additional control to give access to the EF to EOS R Mount Adapter with Control Ring. Strobe triggering is via optional manual or TTL optical converters.

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Wetpixel Live: Shooting in Limited Visibility Photo

Wetpixel Live: Shooting in Limited Visibility

With many of us not being able to travel, we are turning to creating underwater imagery in our home locations. For those of us that live in temperate climes, this often involves shooting in somewhat limited visibility. In Wetpixel Live today, Adam and Alex chat through some thoughts and ideas about creating memorable images in less than ideal water conditions.

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