Camera Corner: Shooting in Poor Visibility



We all love a good dive, who here doesn’t? And more often than not, we want to keep memories from our dives. Since taking things from the ocean is a big NO-NO, photos are your best bet!

But what happens when you’re diving low-visibility waters? Where do you start anyway? Fish, reefs, slugs?

The answer is: ALL of the above!

Macro photography is a seriously awesome craft every diver should attempt. It helps keep us sharp and it’s pretty great when you spot the smaller, more hidden critters in reefs that leave a great impression to those lucky enough to notice.

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