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Stingrays Underwater Photo Tips for Little Cayman

Hi there! My name is Tiago Peixoto and you can find me shooting in Little Cayman as the Backscatter Photo Pro for the Reef Divers Photo Center. Little Cayman is truly a fantastic place for underwater photographers for so many reasons. To name a few:…
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Guide for the Best Filter for your GoPro

FLIP8 | Underwater Video Test Footage FLIP8 | Overview & Installation Instructions LOOK NO FURTHER Are you new to the GoPro or a long time shooter looking to get the best imagery possible with your camera? The Flip Filter System by Backscatter provides you with…
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WEIRD UNDERWATER LENSES

WEIRD UNDERWATER LENSES Let’s Get Weird When it comes to underwater photography lenses, the best performance and most reliable results are going to come from either the ultra-wide fisheye or high-magnification macro ends of the lens spectrum. These have long been the go-to types of…
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Laowa Venus 24mm f/14 Macro Probe Lens–Underwater Lens Review

Tracking a subject on the move with manual focus, lighting with a snoot, and with a secondary subject in the background made for a very challenging shot with this cuttlefish. Over 90 shots later, the effort was worth the end result. A 24MM WIDE ANGLE…
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Backscatter M52 Underwater Wide Angle Wet Lens

The Backscatter M52 wide angle wet lens was designed with the Olympus TG cameras in mind. The 52mm threaded mount is compatible with Olympus underwater housings for TG-1 through Olympus TG-5. With a 120-degree angle of coverage, sharp corners, and no vignetting at 24mm, this lens is the…
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Correcting Lens Distortion on Underwater Photos

Ultra-wide fisheye lenses are the preferred wide angle lens underwater due to their close focusing ability, sharp corners and wide field of view. Divers can usually get very close to their subjects with them, filling the frame, eliminating water which makes their photos lack sharpness,…
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