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  1. 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
  2. Hi there! I'm new to underwater photography and would be so glad if anybody could give me advice which of the following Systems I should use to take pictures of my kids in, over and underwater. I own a Nikon D750 and a Panasonic Lumix LX 100. Now I was thinking about the following solutions: Lumix LX100 and Meikon housing D750 with Ewa-Marine Both of these solutions are quite cheap but I can't shoot decent overunders with them. Solution with dome port: Canon 100D with Ikelite and Dome Port, If you have experiences with any of these systems I would be so happy to hear about them. I really have a hard time to make a decision. Of course I want to have it all: picture quality, light weight, decent overunders, good control over the settings ;-) Thank you so much in advance, Marianne
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