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svo142010

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About svo142010

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    United States
  • Camera Model & Brand
    Nikon D810
  • Camera Housing
    Outex, Ikelite
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Yongnuo, Sea & Sea

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  1. Thank you. Yeah, I built some custom sync cables to get some distance and more lights for my portraits. I agree, a bigger source of light is much better than an unmodified strobe without any diffusers. Thank you. This was with a flash! Thanks for the tip! I do turn the pumps on and off at times. Over time, there is a build up of debris in the water so I have to run it and let it sit. Here is another project I am working on. I am trying to raise awareness about ocean pollutants. What do you guys think?
  2. I enjoy photographing models. The challenge is lighting for sure. I placed my underwater strobes on a stand and sometimes submerge it or place it over the water. I get results like this.
  3. Thank you! I do not have a diver on standby (yet). We both do some deep breaths and go down at the same time. We plan what look we want to do and then we try again. The models can sometimes see my hand signals and make adjustments. I have assistants for lights and some swimming adjustments. It really depends on the models how well they swim!
  4. Hello Wetpixel, It is about time for me to contribute to the Galley. I really enjoy looking at all the neat photographs on this page. My name is Scott and I am a fashion editorial photographer in Oklahoma. Underwater photography is a challenge and I am really enjoying it. I hope to learn more techniques reading through this forum. Here are a few photos I have taken in the last year. Constructive Criticism is welcome! Thank you
  5. I used the same sensor and changed out the battery cells. Upgraded to 3400ma batteries. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  6. That must be the last batteries they had Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  7. Found these at the hobby store. Looks like the right thing. Just need to get the sensors wired. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  8. That is a really good idea. Thank you! I have this picture of the temp sensor. I tried looking for them but no luck. Anyone have any leads?
  9. Hello, I'm looking for Sea & Sea YS 125 or 250 Pro Batteries. The batteries and the strobes are discontinued but I really like using these strobes. If anyone has batteries for these models, would you be willing to part with them? I am looking to rebuild the battery packs and give my strobes new life. I appreciate it. Thank you - Scott
  10. That's good advice for the vacuum valves. I probably should not open it and close it during transport if I am traveling somewhere with high altitude as well.
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