My life changed yesterday with the arrival of my water housing and the perfect conditions for swimming out (minus freezing temps).
Gonna be hard to shoot from the beach now! Hope you like'em. Pretty stoked on some of the empties..
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Thread: My New View
My New View
Jan 10, 2009, 04:08 PM #3
- Join Date
- May 2006
- Lewes, DE
wow Matt! one session with the housing, and you already scored some really sick shots...
They look great. You'll have that mastered in no time
awesome looking shots. looked like a pretty decent day to break it in too.
Jan 10, 2009, 07:53 PM #6
- Join Date
- Dec 2006
- Ocean City, MD
An Ikelite housing, how cool is that? And shooting from the water will really keep you in shape too. So tell us what kind of work you're doing at UNC's Coastal Studies Institute.
yeah ive had a sony handycam now for a while and got the underwater housing they make for it....ill be shooting in LB and deal
Thanks for the comment MD.
Canon. SPL water housing. 50mm 1.4 till I get some experience in the water, then tokina 10-17.
Yesterday was small, but fun with ideal conditions. Jesse made it look great!
I am a stormwater research tech at the Coastal Studies Institute. We monitor and prioritize the stormwater outfalls here in the Outer Banks testing for various types of bacteria and their sources, basic water quality parameters, and load. It's one of the most exciting, valuable, and thorough stormwater projects out there. Great job, but project funding runs out in late June..
Plunging into full-time photography after that. Got some wedding/portrait opportunities so we'll see what happens.
Prefer to shoot in the water though
i like the one empty one where the inside of the wave is gold and the face is dark, its like opposite of what you usually see
Nice shots man, I have a chad stickney underwater housing and love that thing. The 10-17 is a really sick lens, if you check out my site www.mhwphoto.com that's what all my water shot are from. I just got the 50 1.4 for xmas can't wait to try it out. What fstop were you using that day?