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Fish Portrait Tip #2 – “The Eyes Have It”

By Robert Darmanin While there are many factors that go into making a great fish portrait, perhaps nothing is more important than making absolutely certain that the subject’s eyes are 100% sharp and in focus. This fact is not limited to underwater photography of fish. Even when shooting people or other animals topside, having “soft”

Macro Tips – Spotting Critters

By Robert Darmanin – Some of the most stunning underwater photography subjects happen to also be some of the smallest. Shooting tiny subjects while scuba diving is not without its share of challenges.  But perhaps more challenging than getting that great underwater image of these tiny critters is actually finding them in the first place.

Fish Portrait Tip #1 – The Approach

By Robert Darmanin – Say Cheese!!! Don’t we wish it were as easy to get fish to pose for underwater pictures, as it usually is to get people to? “Move closer… turn your head towards me…look at the camera” …how simple it would be to capture beautiful portraits of fish if there were only a

Wakatobi – Underwater Photo Hot Spot

Wakatobi you ask? Just exactly what and where is this paradise location? Underwater photographers who are lucky enough to have visited this pristine dive location agree it is among the finest destinations for underwater photography on our planet. Nestled on the white sandy tip of of an island in Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia, the resort’s name