Really Amazing and stunning underwater photo manipulation and photography. The style of self portraits and expression of thoughts and thinking is worth to watch. Some other portfolios are also included. Check now below 75+ amazing underwater photo manipulation, these photo are created by highly talented photographer and artists. All works featured below have the artists and photographers’ names linked to their portfolios or websites.
For those who are serious and ambitious for underwater photography then they can get tips and advice from The British Society of Underwater photography. As BSoUP provides expert advice and encouragement through a network of experienced underwater photographers who help new comers to develop via
- Regular monthly meetings
- This web site and Facebook social media
- and an in-house magazine ‘in focus’
Tips for Underwater Photography in deep blue sea
- NEUTRAL BUOYANCY
Neutral buoyancy helps you to manoeuvre close without bumping into anything. You can hover and hold your position without having to fin. If you are hovering near the seabed, and are negatively buoyant, you are likely to fin and stir up sand. [Also, to reduce backscatter, make sure strobes are aimed to hit the subject and not fall short of it, which would light particles between the lens and the subject.]
- GET CLOSE
Get close for the impact of a frame-filling subject, and less water between lens and subject gives vivid colour and definition. If you get close you can eliminate an unappealing background, or throw it into soft focus [with 50 mm macro or longer lens].