Why do we take pictures underwater? For some divers, it’s as simple as making sure to have token mementos of unforgettable dives, but for some budding photographers the goal becomes more than to just take snapshots— to tell a story and have that story published and shown to the world.
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The underwater world is filled with tiny creatures that range from the beautiful to the down right bizarre. As underwater photographers, we get to record this magnificent world. Since the biggest rule of underwater photography is to get close, many photographers concentrate on the small. At our January meeting we would like you to share your macro … Read More
Can you believe it’s almost 2012? We may be one year away from the end of the world, but let’s not forget about the amazing underwater photographs we have taken in 2011!At the December NYUPS meeting, let’s see your favorite/best images from this last year. It doesn’t matter if you spent months diving in Indonesia with a clun … Read More
We’ve heard it a million times- “get close, then get closer.” But with close-focus wide-angle underwater photography, you can get as close as possible and still include an entire scene!
At the November NYUPS, let’s see your favorite “close focus, wide-angle” images. Few pictures are as exciting as those where a … Read More