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Diving into Imaging: Underwater with your Camera- Intro Session
By Wendy Heller, March 2, 2008 @ 02:00 AM (EST)
Source: Bhphotovideo.com

Editor's Note: This event will be held at B&H in NYC on March 31st, Larry Cohen co-founder of NYUPS and avid underwater photographer is the speaker for this two series seminar.  Registration is required. 

Have you ever tried using your camera underwater? If so, then you know it's a little different than taking pictures on land. This event has been split into an intro and advanced session, where you will discover basic and advanced techniques of underwater photography and learn how to obtain great looking colorful photos in the one of the most challenging environments to shoot in.

Introductory Session: Basics and Point & Shoot Cameras

Digital photography has many advantages in general but really shines underwater when shooting with a high quality point & shoot camera. In this seminar we will learn the basics of underwater photography and how it relates to camera and housing section.

Advanced Session: SLR Housing Systems & How to Use Them

In the second seminar of the day we will talk about SLR housings and all the bits and pieces needed to make them work. We will examine and take the mystery out of ports, extensions, gears, arms, and strobes. You will learn how to choose and put together a system that works for the kind of underwater photos you are planning to take...



Nikon Z6 III
SeaLife SportDiver Ultra Smartphone Housing
Backscatter Hybrid Flash HF-1
Isotta Housing for OM System OM-1 I & II
Nauticam Fisheye Conversion Port (FCP)
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