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  1. Reading through the forum I found two approach how to avoid backscatter in murky water for WA: extending arms to increase camera-strobe-distance using fairly short arms but pointing the strobes outwards to just feather the object with the edge of the light beam I am still early in my underwater photography journey so I am interested in: What is the preferred method? Is there - besides the setup- any significant difference in the results? I would assume that using long arms is most effective, but if there is no difference I would prefer the more compact setup
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