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By Don Constanza In the last two articles we talked about building a solid foundation as a diver to become a proficient underwater photographer. Buoyancy is one of the crucial pillars of our foundation, which we discussed a couple months ago. With solid buoyancy skills you are a much more stable camera platform and more likely...
A few years back, mostly as a young adult, I traveled a fair bit with my family. One time we explored Western Australia by jeep traversing the long stretches of desert road in the mid-summer heat; another time we traveled along Thailand’s coastline during monsoon season. I had always packed my favorite clothing: a sweater from a trip to Canada sporting a moose, which I always thought brought me some luck in colder regions; a pair of socks from a trip to Russia with tiny bears in a bizarre pattern; and of course, a t-shirt with my favorite band emblazoned across the front (Bon Jovi if you wondered).
How many times have you looked at an underwater image and thought “I wish I could do that,” or “If I had that kind of camera gear, I could get the same images?” Let’s be honest, if you are an underwater photographer and you are like most of us, that thought has crossed your mind more than once.