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Hi all,

 

I just embedded a 20 minute video into my tutorial on underwater strobe positioning, so now there's a personal video workshop plus in-depth instruction on the best strobe positions for macro and wide angle. The tutorial addresses single strobe and dual strobe setups.

Hopefully you find it useful! If so, leave a comment here, on the video or email me!

 

Strobe Positioning: https://tutorials.brentdurand.com/underwater-strobe-positioning/

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Thanks, this is probably the most concise tutorial I've seen on this topic. Very useful!

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Thanks for the link Tubestance..very informative tutorial! This video combined with the techniques shared by Alex Mustard in his Underwater Photography Masterclass book will help underwater photographer to bring their photography to a higher level, if they aren't already there yet of course!

Cheers!

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Thanks for this! Comprehensive and excellent review tutorial for those of us who are not in the sea every day.

 

Great refresher before the next trip.

 

ian

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Well done! I really enjoyed that.

 

I can see the value of loading this on a tablet for review on the boat. Is that okay? I don't want to violate your copyright. Internet access usually is not available for the trips I take.

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Well done! I really enjoyed that.

 

I can see the value of loading this on a tablet for review on the boat. Is that okay? I don't want to violate your copyright. Internet access usually is not available for the trips I take.

 

Hi water buffalo - Thanks for the kind words. YouTube doesn't allow you to download content onto your device (unless it's a new feature in their paid services), so you'll probably need WiFi or good cell signal to view the video while on a dive boat.

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V Nice :uwphotog:

 

Diggy

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Hi water buffalo - Thanks for the kind words. YouTube doesn't allow you to download content onto your device (unless it's a new feature in their paid services), so you'll probably need WiFi or good cell signal to view the video while on a dive boat.

 

https://www.wondershare.com/pro/mac-allmytube.html

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