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Hi everyone, good to meet you!

 

I live in Key Largo and have the amazing opportunity to shoot tons of photos on some of the most beautiful reefs in America.

 

Currently I've got a Cannon G12 with an Ikelite DS160, an Ikelite housing, and the WD-4 Dome Port. One day I'll have a big boy camera like a 70D and can move on from the compacts.

 

I'm up for feedback and really want to progress and get better as a photographer both above and below the surface of the water.

 

 

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Jeff,

you've some lovely work there and the opportunity to go out whenever you can from your back door. The camera you have is a very capable and good unit, don't keep thinking "one day, DSLR", its not the way to progress. Learn how to you what you have to the best of your ability and read up on technique. I used an Olympus 5050 for 6 years and still do, less frequently now, as i keep a Sealife clipped to my BC.

Once you get to know your equipment you'd be amazed at the results, looking at those images you've made an admirable start.

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