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  1. Hi I'm Gabrial, A Television Director from London and new to the world of underwater photography. We will be filming an underwater photography session in California on Saturday 30th July. I would like to ask if anyone has any advice on where I would be able to Hire/Borrow underwater Housing for a Sony Alpha A55 camera to be used in our shoot? This would have ีีีีufabet to be from the San Diego area if possible. And secondly, we are looking for a great underwater Photographer to give our pupil a short lesson (on land) and then take them snorkelling to take some pictures. Does this sound like something any of you in the California area would be interested in?
  2. As far as lenses go, the accepted "go to" lenses are the tokina 10-17 fisheye for wide angle, and either a nikkor 60 mm 2.8 macro (d or g version), or 105 mm. I have the 60 mm, which I find great. You need to get a little closer for macro shots, but I think provides an easier working distance to also shoot fish portraits.usd
  3. Hello everyone,, I am Gabrial,,, u/w photo columnist and contributing editor for Diver (Canada) magazine and doing the same thing also for a French Canadian scuba diving magazine named "En profondeur" (litterally into the deep). Besides writing and photographing for those magazines and as a freelancer for other publications in North America and abroad, I also produce multimedia (what we used to call multi-image in the slide show days) presentations, give lectures, workshops and seminars on diving related subjects...
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