The camera you have with you is more important than the better quality camera you may have at home and not immediately at hand…..
What do you use all those other pictures that you take for? The shots that don’t fall into the category of competition entry or fish ID shot?
How exposing to the left of your Histogram can transform how you work when shooting in very low light. With the ideal environment to test this being the Cenotes in the jungles of Mexico
Here is Paul Colley’s report of his last trip. The Red Sea Relaxed. He give us six good reasons to visit the Red Sea. A pod of dolphins is heading our way and there’s only seconds to grab fins, mask and snorkel before leaping onto a RIB and speeding our way to an intercept. ‘GO!’ […]
A slightly scary tale of why its not a great idea to dive when you’ve got a cough and cold. Peppered with some shots and advice from one of my favourite dives ever.
A fun post with lots of pictures of frogfish dotted with some interesting facts about these lovely creatures.
How to capture those wonderful beams of light we encounter when diving but are sometimes difficult to capture faithfully.
Becoming a popular shot to take a motion blurred Juvenile Harlequin Sweetlips is achievable you’ve just got to be patient and work at it.
Our Mexico photo trip this year looks like being a great combo of photography and fun, along with great cuisine and cocktails.
Sunset split are fun to do and bring together your planning and preparation skills with your technical photo skills. It’s very rewarding though when it all comes together.