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The camera never lies?

The picture above shows a rather unprepossessing view of a river bed, photographed earlier this month.   The stones, to give a sense of scale, are all less than ten centimetres across.    587 more words

Big critters everywhere!

Eastern crayfish

Blue groper

Ornate Wobbegong shark

Port Jackson Shark

Crested Horn Shark

Stripey catfish


Eastern crayfish

Blue Groper

A mixed weekend of weather didn’t impact the perfect conditions beneath the glassy surface of Cabbage Tree Bay. 115 more words


Green water diving at Cook Island

Yesterday’s dive was one of the most exciting dives we have done at Cook Island.  With a maximum of 5 metres visability (and that’s exaggerating ) the bait fish and the sharks were all around us and up close.   178 more words


Shooting my brains out...

I was hoping to shoot as many underwater sessions this year and had such a slow start.  Mainly because life got in the way.  I was in basement bathroom renovation from hell since April.   391 more words


How To Take Underwater Still Images with Your GoPro

Working with Limitations

There are specific settings that can help increase the number of quality images you can produce (more on that below), but we’ve found that the most important thing you can do to increase your chances of getting a good photo underwater is to keep the camera as stable as possible. 582 more words


Underwater Photography - Artist Exposé

Underwater and Travel Photographer Simone Caprodossi is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  These photographs are from his ‘Underwater Portfolio‘. … 62 more words

Travel Photography

Hidden in the depths

Last year a friend and I discussed shooting his son.  This summer I had wondered about doing some underwater shoots, our schedules meshed and we made it happen about a month ago.   198 more words