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Hello!
I am a diver and professional photographer. Joining here to read through some information about housings and learn more about underwater work! 

 

Cheers!

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Hello!

As my name says I'm Dani, from Spain.

I have just change my compact setup (Canon s120 in Isotta housing) for an Olympus EM1 Mark II and I have to learn a lot about lenses, ports ect.

 

Thank you!

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Evening all, my name is Brendon and I am a dive instructor with a passion for underwater photography. I have been using a Canon 7D & Nauticam rig for 11 years and just upgraded to a Canon R5 & Nauticam setup - yet to get it wet yet!

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Yup, this is me. Scuba diver, photog. Live in San Diego: warm air, cold water.

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Hi!  Long time lurker, first time poster.  Been diving 3-4 times per year to tropical destinations. Bought housing and a wide angle lens for my RX100Va and plan to start taking wet pixels :)  First trip to see the Great Hammerheads on Bimini in January!

 

 

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Good morning, Peter here from San Diego. I reckon I joined a long time ago but it still sent me here.

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My name is Michael Wright. I have been diving all of my adult life and am fortunate enough to spend 5-6 months of the year diving in the waters off Roatan. I recently upgraded my camera equipment to a Canon G7 and the YS-D3 Sea and Sea strobe. I have much to learn on the underwater photography front and look forward to being part of this forum. 

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Hello,

I am a Spanish diver and freediver, interested in both underwater photo and videography. I own 3 diferent caras  with its housing. Hoping to enjoy the rofums sharing experiencies, and learn from all of you.

Cheers.

Isaias Cruz

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Hi, My name is Tom, I started diving in the early 90’s and have achieved MSD level. My main hobby is photography and have taken cameras underwater for a number of years, in a number of places. I love to spend time photographing anything from fish,  wrecks, coral etc etc. Long may it continue :)

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Hi There, 

 

I'm Matt based in Cambodia working for conservation NGO. Mostly using my camera for side hobby and communications for the organization.

Currently using a Lumix Lx 10, wide & macro wet lenses and Inon Z-330s. However, looking to move into videography now as it seems to receive a wider reach over here in Asia. 

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Hi all,

I've been diving since 96 and have limited experience with underwater photography but looking to learn.

 

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Hello all, I joined back in 2012 or 2013 and could not rememer my log in so over the summer I came back onto the site. 

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여러분, 안녕하세요,

 

저는  한국 잠수부입니다. 나는 약 9년 동안 다이빙을 해왔습니다.

 다이빙을 하면서 컴팩트 카메라를 사용했습니다. 그 후 소니 모델의 카메라로 사용하다가 지금은 소니 a7c와 노티캠 하우징을 사용하고 있습니다.

나는 모든 수중 사진을 좋아하지만 수중 모델을 찍는 것을 좋아합니다.

 

(From TimG Moderator - just to help non-Korean readers:)

Hello everyone,
 I am a Korean diver. I have been diving for about 9 years.
 I used a compact camera while diving. After that, it was used as a camera for Sony models, and now I am using a Sony a7c and a nauticam housing.
I love all underwater photography, but I love taking underwater models.

 

 

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On 6/15/2004 at 2:55 PM, james said:

 

Welcome to Wetpixel!

It is the most vibrant, knowledgeable and helpful underwater imaging community in the world. This is largely because the members of the community selflessly share their experience and skill. Please try to contribute yours too.

Please use this topic to write a short introduction to the community.

Once you have done so, this will unlock the ability to create your own topics in almost all the other forums. 

The exception is the Classifieds, which is open to members that have contributed at least 3 posts in any other forums (your post in this topic counts as one of these)

We look forward to your posts!

 

 

I have been a Wetpixel member for four years.  I dive extensively all over the planet.  I live in La Jolla California and own several boats I use for diving and trips to Catalina Island.  I am an avid underwater photographer and have a website known as OldDiver.com.

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Hi all, my name is Pauline Adalid. I'm a freediver and I take underwater photos and videos. I wanted to join this forum to learn more about UW photography and videography

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Hi all,

My name is Shah and I am a science photographer based in Los Angeles. I've only done underwater photography a few times, but it is certainly something I have a lot of interest and TON of respect for. I typically shoot with Nikon full frame and Fujifilm medium format. 

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On 6/16/2004 at 7:55 AM, james said:

 

Welcome to Wetpixel!

It is the most vibrant, knowledgeable and helpful underwater imaging community in the world. This is largely because the members of the community selflessly share their experience and skill. Please try to contribute yours too.

Please use this topic to write a short introduction to the community.

Once you have done so, this will unlock the ability to create your own topics in almost all the other forums. 

The exception is the Classifieds, which is open to members that have contributed at least 3 posts in any other forums (your post in this topic counts as one of these)

We look forward to your posts!

 

 

Hi my name is Jarod O'Shannessy and I have been shooting surf photography for almost 9 years and really enjoy it I now shoot with a canon 5d mk 4 with a 500 mm lens 

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Hello!

 

My name is Ian and I'm attempting to become a professional underwater photographer. I'm an instructor and technical diver here in Hawaii, trying my best to get better at photo/videography. I have a Canon EOS R5 in a Nauticam, currently shooting macro with the RF 100mm lens. I'm very new and trying to learn how to get better and I know this is the place to do it!

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Hi from a freediver in the great NYC area, 

Lived in Indiana a couple of years ago and dived the quarries a lot. Currently living in NJ looking for a dive buddy to work on freediving/UW photo shoot skills. 

Cheers

 

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Hi, I'm John Freele from Vanvouver Canada.  I am planning to travel the world over the next few years and focus on taking photos/videos to try and raise awareness to not only the beauty of the oceans, but the struggles as well.  I am fairly new to photography/videography but am loving it.  I look forward to being a part of the group.

Cheers,

John

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Hi! 

My name is Paul.

I am a Nikon user and have use my older nikonos on/off for years in wet weather.

I picked up a d7000 and a underwater housing. I have not tried this yet

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Vassilis from Greece. Greetings to all.

Though I am a film photographer since 1970, I have recently purchased my first digital DSLR - a Nikon 7100 with an Ikelite u/w housing. A challenge, I must confess !

 

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