Underwater photography



underwater photography

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  • Refers to the activity of taking photographs while below the surface of water, often occuring in tandem with activities such as scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming, or from a submersible or remotely operated underwater vehicle. Either waterproof cameras or dry work cameras stored in waterproof housings are used to produce underwater photography.

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Underwater photography

Underwater photography

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Underwater photography

  • UF photography, submarine
  • UF photography, underwater
  • UF submarine photography

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Visions of the Deep: the underwater world of Al Giddings

A documentary both about the process of underwater photography and cinematography and the amazing types of aquatic life that have been captured by Al Gidding's, his cameras and his team. The film elaborates on the process and challenges that arise with capturing images underwater while showing us beautiful imagery. Included are segments on diving under the North Pole, swimming with and feeding sharks, deep diving and diving in tropical climates.

Al Giddings; Images Unlimited Inc.