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  1. Thanks, folks. Really appreciate the feedback. I've opted for glass and went with this "Nauticam 230mm Optical-Glass Fisheye Dome Port II" I had one snorkel session with it and it moves a lot easier once in the water with the extra weight. Dome still floats upward but not as much as the acrylic. Happy with the purchase so far. thanks again, D
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  3. John. This is ready great. Thanks so much. Very helpful. [emoji1431] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. SOLD!!! Thank you [emoji1431] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Thank you. You can check out the other photos on my IG or FB@fstopmovies if you guys see them anywhere without my photo credit it’s not supposed to be. Agreement was that they would always credit me with the use of the photos. I did google Photography Pricing guide and got quite a bit of info but all related to top side photos. Based on what I gathered the photos could run anywhere between 275 to 600 a photo based on resources required to pull off the shoot, etc. I was shooting between 25 and 45m. For them to recreate everything would be a bit challenging. Thanks all and happy I found this group [emoji1687] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Chris. Thank you [emoji1431] Here’s one of the photos that triggered this topic. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Thanks so much for that. Would be helpful as I do need to clean up the reflection from time to time. Thank you [emoji1431] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Hi, I'm getting ready to get a new housing for my 1DX2 and been shooting on acrylic. I will need a new dome port and considering getting glass. Is the additional cost worth it when you compare? I remember when i left kit lenses and started shooting on "good glass" and the difference was significant. Does the same apply here in your experience?
  9. Hi Folks. First post for me. Yay! Big question. How do you charge for your underwater work? I need some guidance on how to charge for shoots. For example. I had an unplanned shoot where I was just in the water and shot a Uboat Worx sub and they contacted me about the photos for marketing. [emoji2375] How would you charge for a planned shot vs just selling a series of photos. I realize there are a bunch of variable but they’re got to be some kinda guide. Any help appreciated. Insta and Facebook[mention=100132]fstopmovies[/mention] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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