Newsweek has taken their cover shot to new depths.
At the end of last year, the United States’ second largest weekly magazine published its last print edition, favoring a digital edition for 2013 and beyond. Well, their first animated cover features a deep-sea submarine as shot by underwater photog Hugh Gentry.
In a recent interview, Hugh details what it was like shooting the cover image, which involves blending both video from a GoPro and Canon 5D Mk II. The ambient light only image was captured at 110 feet for an article on the future of deep-sea marine exploration.
About the experience Hugh explains, “ They wanted it to look as natural as possible. But, it was a nice sunny day and the water was super clear out there. We wanted to make it look like we were at the bottom of the sea.”
You can read the rest of the interview here.
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