The World's Top Underwater Photo & Video Festival May 13-21, 2006. Join Sport
Diver's editor Ty Sawyer, the PADI Diving Society and some of the world's
most famous underwater photographers for the Kona Classic.
Tanya G. Burnett, professional underwater photographer and a frequent
contributor to Sport Diver, knows how to take advantage of the live-aboard
experience to get the most "keepers" for her bottom-time. Here are her top
ten tips to help you do the same:
Tips for shooting Mr. Big in open water.
It has often been said that the open-ocean environment is a desert; sea life is most commonly found on reefs, in benthic regions and along coastal areas. The open ocean, or pelagic zone, most believe, is ...
Sprooooooinnnngggggg!" said my first-stage piston spring as it bolted for freedom. Evading my snatch, it escaped overboard into the deep blue.
"Poop!" I growled dejectedly. "Serves me right for trying to ...
Camera system with versatility. Wide-angle lenses will provide the best all around images (focal lengths of 35mm - 20mm), however beautiful portraits will be best achieved with a slightly longer lens such as a 60mm.
Two strobes will create ...
The term "algorithm" may sound like a bad jazz ensemble from the era of leisure suits, but it's really at the heart of what makes your computer tick. In the case of dive computers, an algorithm is a mathematical model - ...