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Photo 4-9: Breathtaking Underwater Photography

When you look at those beautiful women who pose under water, you probably wonder how it is possible. Well, there are certain tricks that can help you stay pretty under water.

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So, how to be awesome under water?

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Photo 10-15: Breathtaking Underwater Photography

Firstly, choose the clothes in very bright rather than pastel colors. For example, choose a red dress.

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Secondly, your clothes should not be restrictive. Otherwise, you will have difficulty in posing.

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Photo 16-18: Breathtaking Underwater Photography

Finally, light makeup is preferred. More makeup will lead to more smudging. And the light and water can filter some smudging, but not much.

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A professional photographer will explain you everything in detail. Your task is to have fun!

FAQ: Underwater Photography

How much does an underwater photographer make?

Underwater Photographer salaries in the United States vary from $10,900 to $287,200 per year, with a median of $52,000 per year. Underwater Photographers in the middle earn between $51,760 and $130,100, with the top 86 percent earning $287,200.

How do I start underwater photography?

  1. Go on underwater photography field trips with a group.
  2. Learn how to interact with the reef and the aquatic life.
  3. Pack your photographic equipment in a good camera travel case.
  4. Use the proper equipment for the job.
  5. Avoid floods by investing in a vacuum system.
  6. Get up close and personal.

How do photographers take photos underwater?

A flash is used in almost every underwater photo. Photographs light up a subject with flashguns on short, adjustable arms on either side of the camera. As you get deeper into the water, it absorbs all of the color, and if you don’t use a flash, your photos will be blue or green. It takes time and practice to get used to flashguns.

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