Articles & News Tagged “Adam Hanlon”
Wetpixel Live: Adam Hanlon’s Photography Gear
Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon and regular contributor Alex Mustard chat about Adam’s choices of underwater photography gear for a shoot in some flooded mines in the UK’s Lake District. They go on to discuss the “myth” of the perfect camera system and how some configurations may offer advantages in specific circumstances.
Wetpixel Live: Dome Port Choices
Dome ports are a crucial part of the optical systems that we as underwater photographers deploy. Judging by questions and comments on the Wetpixel Forum, they are also somewhat misunderstood. This is in part because the underlying optical theory of dome ports is somewhat complex, and is hence avoided. Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon attempts to demystify this, by offering some thoughts on dome port choices on Wetpixel Live.
Wetpixel Live: Strobe Diffusers, When and Why
Most underwater flashguns come with diffusers that can be attached to them to modify their output. When, and when not to use them is the subject of the next episode of Wetpixel Live. Join Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon as he describes what they do and when you should have them on your strobes.
Planning your Next Trip: How to get the Images You Want
Wetpixel editor Adam Hanlon overviews some ideas on trip planning. The better trip are planned, the more likely image makers are to be able to capture the imagery they desire. Adam outlines trip planning resources and discusses some considerations that need to be taken into account. Wetpixel is posting series of trip planning articles, to give the Wetpixel community something to do and to look forward to once our enforced “dry spell” is over.
Review: Fisheye FIX Aquavolt 7000 video lights
Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon presents a review of the Fisheye FIX Aquavolt 7000 video lights. These lights are very suitable for use with SLR or POV cams as they are relatively small in size and light in weight, but still provide sufficient light output. Adam was able to test the lights in the gloomy UK winter, and has written a full report on their performance.