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clarkedje

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  1. Thankyou for your comments. Id really like to advocate the use of the 18-70mm lens. Although its the only lens I have, it was ideal for the location as I never knew what I would be photographing. The only problems I had were that it sometimes really struggled to focus, especially on fish against the blue. The shot of the Barracuda was the only one I could get despite swimming alongside it for at least 5 mins!


  2. I have recently upgraded to a Nikon D70 in an Ikelite housing from my old Sea&Sea DX3000, though the only viable lens I have is the 18-70 with a Dome port. Is this lens only effective for wide angle shots or can it also be used for macro?

    Any help would be much appreciated

    Dom


  3. Hi Everyone,

    I'd just like to ask exactly how one would go about taking on Underwater Photography as a career and how much money would a photographer hope to earn in a year.

    Any help would be much appreciated.

    Thanks

    Dom


  4. All the shots I have seen on this site taken facing the blue come out with that perfect transparent look. Whenever I try to do this, I end up with hundreds of red dots all over the shot and the blue just looking like a splattered wall. This happens no matter how powerful I have the strobe on and no matter how close I am to the subject. Is there likely to be something else I am doing wrong or is it just my camera (ricoh rr30 in Sea & Sea dx3000 housing)?

    Any help would be much appreciated.

    Thanks

    Dom

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