In July 2016, I was in the Maldives taking photos and came across a small Chinese kid (his name was Theo, see picture) that liked watching me editing my photos. We could not really communicate and his family left only a few days later. I ran into them however as they were departing. His mom asked me about my photos and I wrote down her email address. Once I was back home and had uploaded all my photos from that trip, I sent them a message with the link to my website…
In this article I explain how Shutter Speed and ISO influence the look of your images.
There are three main camera settings that control how an image looks like: Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO. This is a first article focusing on Aperture.
When planning to buy your first camera, the easiest way is to try to buy yourself the most you can afford and hope that the results will improve with the money you can put into it. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple.
There are multiple, very different camera types. Prices vary from 250 USD to more than 7’000, not including any accessories, strobes etc. Here is an overview.
In this first part of the series you will understand what different things to consider when deciding to buy a new camera for underwater photography. I am writing about Price, Upgrading, Flood protection, Control, Flexibility Quality, Size/weight, Usage and Lighting.