I've always been a big fan of using fill flash with my underwater fashion and glamour photography. Fill flash gives a great pop to the face and gives clothing nice definition. Here are two shots that were taken just minutes apart - one with and one without flash. Which one do you like best?
Woke up in a fog and thought, "This could make a great underwater shot, but how do you get fog underwater..." Check the video here: https://youtu.be/OObLI7UlSio
This is a recent shot I did for a bridal shoot. I used D4 in an Aquatica housing with strobes and a custom backdrop of the Cathedral in Milan, Italy. Behind the scenes video is here: https://youtu.be/a8R5i5mu7SQ
Sharing some recent work from underwater sessions with talented costume designers and models. So glad we have this group in Fstoppers.
We're new to this group and are looking forward to getting to know everybody! Just started with underwater photography so we're still a bit rough around the edges.
Let us know what you think of this shot!
Corné en Arjan
Here are a few sample of my most recent underwater pics. Feel free to comment.
Hello, i'm new to the group and i wanted to share a pic i did last week. I'm a photographer based in belgium. Feel free to leave a comment.
New to the group. Mexican photographer based at Playa del Carmen.
Hope you like my pictures.
Hello, my name is Jackie and I live in Miami Fl. I look forward to being part of this group and getting to know everyone. I am a portrait photographer and also an underwater photographer as well. If interested I can be found at www.jcaphotography.com and https://www.facebook.com/jcaphotography.miami.
Here is an image from a recent shoot I...
Hello everyone! I am new to the group. I am an FStoppers writer as well as an underwater shooter in North Florida. Looking forward to seeing everyones images!
I am selling my Nexus housing with a Nikon D300s and ports. Is it allowed to post equipment for sale on F-stoppers; if so, where and how?
Finally I had the chance to try my new underwater Ikelite case for Canon 5d mark iii. The case seems a bit smaller then for Canon markii.
The most challenging part was from this shoot was to get positioned all the objects in the water. We had to let the water sit for a while to get the
A video slideshow from our recent trip to the BLUE HERON BRIDGE in Florida is now live. Visit https://neal213b.myportfolio.com/my-underwater-world
While there explore more.
Keep your bubbles tiny and your images sharp.
I live in San Diego, CA, USA. I have been shooting underwater since the Nik 1 (Calypso) days. Over the years, I shot every Nikonos, move to housed bodies with Nikon N90s and then to digital with the D70. I am currently shooting a D300s, and preparing to move to a D500. I have a gallery of some of my work on my Adobe Portfolio...
Welcome to the Official Fstoppers Underwater Photography group. Please introduce yourself!
My name is Romi Burianova and I'm Key West based underwater portrait photographer.
Hi I'm in Taiwan. Here I put some my experiments last year and will try some more this summer. Glad to join this group and will be happy to discuss with members.
I'm in Colorado Springs, CO and have been shooting underwater for 3 summers. I still find getting the correct exposure/metering to be the most difficult - any tips would be greatly appreciated!
-The first image was from last summer
- The bride was from 2 weeks ago. I absolutely loved shooting/outcome on a black...
wonderful works here in this group.
i am a professional wedding photographer based in Adelaide, south Australia.
i am now wanting to get into underwater photography.
i have the canon 5d3 and numerous L lenses. i am thinking of using the 16-35LII in the water for underwater portrait.
can anyone kindly suggest...