[UW Photo A042] A star fish

Good thing about this photo is clarity of water (less particles in between lens and subject) which desn't result backscattering. Backscattering is the worst nightmare for underwater shooting. In fact, clear water gives you the advantage of improving the quality by increasing the contrast and etc.

This photo shows the direction where sunlight coming from. In underwater photography it is advised to shoot in a direction where sun is behind you. This gives more light directly to subject. Anyway, it’s not practical in all the occasions.


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