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FAQ: Beautiful Women

What is the best way to take underwater photos?

  1. Get as close as possible to your subject, ideally within 12 inches. Color, sharpness and contrast are all affected by water.
  2. Ensure that your camera’s flash is on, preferably in forced flash mode.
  3. Get down, shoot at an upwards angle, don’t try to center the subject, but fill your frame with it for the best composition.

Is underwater photography difficult?

It’s not as easy to capture moving subjects underwater as it is on land. Better choose a strobe and stick with it, but if you’re not using a strobe, ensure that your shutter speed is fast enough to freeze a swimming subject. This usually refers to a time interval more than 1/70th of a second.

What risks are involved in underwater photography?

Underwater photographers face a number of dangers, including the unintended or intentional tendency to hold their breath in order to acquire that ideal shot. This is extremely harmful and can lead to pulmonary barotrauma or other serious consequences.

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