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Wetpixel Live: Lens and Port Choices for Cenote Photography Photo

Wetpixel Live: Lens and Port Choices for Cenote Photography

In response to an inquiry by one of the participants in the 2022 Wetpixel/Under the Jungle Cenote Photography Workshop, Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon discusses wide-angle lens and port choices and how these can be affected by attempting to create imagery in very low light. He chats about technique, port size, lens types, and overviews water contact optics.

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Wetpixel Live: Winning the DPG Wetpixel Masters Contest Photo

Wetpixel Live: Winning the DPG Wetpixel Masters Contest

The Wetpixel/DPG Masters of Underwater Photography contest is accepting entries and Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon provides critical guidance for entrants on Wetpixel Live. One of the most prestigious and significant underwater imaging contests in the world, the contest offers photographers and filmmakers the opportunity to showcase their work to a global audience and win some cool prizes too!

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Wetpixel Live: What is Good Quality Light? Photo

Wetpixel Live: What is Good Quality Light?

A recent question raised on social media has prompted the question of what “good quality” light is, what it looks like, and closely related, how to achieve it. In this episode of Wetpixel Live, Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon attempts to define it and goes on to set out some ideas about how to achieve it too.

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Wetpixel Live: Shark Conservation and UW Image-Makers Photo

Wetpixel Live: Shark Conservation and UW Image-Makers

Reacting to a recent post and multiple online and physical campaigns about an apparent overturn of the current shark fishing ban in the Maldives, Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon sets out the story behind this controversy. It now seems that the comments that provoked the campaign were taken somewhat out of context and the Maldives Majlis remains committed to the shark fishing ban and is in fact strengthening its enforcement of it.

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Wetpixel Live: Choosing Subjects for Underwater Imagery Photo

Wetpixel Live: Choosing Subjects for Underwater Imagery

A frequent question on the Wetpixel forums and during trips and workshops is how to select good subjects for underwater imagery. Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon sets out to try and give some ideas about how to do so, and discusses how your own photographic goals will rightly affect what you decide to capture and how much time you will invest in a given subject.

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Wetpixel Live: Copyright Advice Photo

Wetpixel Live: Copyright Advice

In part due to a new simplified claims process in the US, Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon provides an overview of copyright, and how underwater image makers might protect their work from being used without reward. He stresses that he is not an intellectual property lawyer, but tries to provide some basic principles and ideas to ensure that if your work is used without permission, you understand what recourse you can potentially seek.

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Wetpixel Live: 2021 Camera and App Updates Photo

Wetpixel Live: 2021 Camera and App Updates

Adam Hanlon chats through some of the housekeeping steps needed to prepare your cameras and software to process images in 2021. He discusses how to update metadata templates, both on cameras and within editing/browsing applications, to make workflow easier and more streamlined.

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