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From Tasmanian destination wedding photography, through to children's portraiture sessions in Tasmania, my abilities and experience will make your next photographic need a pleasant journey. BareFoot Photographer Tasmania represents back to roots photography, much like the feeling of walking barefoot on dewy freshly mowed grass......the smells, the feeling, the story all captured by the senses. Our worlds are a cataclysmic mix of time poor chores, digital distractions and responsibilities...

Be curious. Ask. | Darwin, Northern Territory |

Northern Territory professional, versatile photographer/writer, Peta Burton. From the NT and across Australia to the Pakistan/India border my photographic/writing portfolio encompasses content for; portrait (bubs to grandies) maternity cake smash lifestyle food/wine seasonal (Christmas, Easter, Valentines Day and Mother/Father's Day) agriculture/horticulture, construction, maritime and environment industries art dance travel and tourism pet events (including remote events) prope...

Take 2 Photography | Port Lincoln, South Australia |

Take 2 Photography are Eyre Peninsula Photographers Fran Solly and Bazz Hockaday with a combined photography experience of more than 20 years photographing the people, places and products of the Eyre Peninsula. Fran is Accredited with the Australian Institute of Professional Photographers and both Fran and Bazz are experienced in a wide range of photographic genres. Whether you need a photography partner for your business or to document a family or community event we have the experience ...

Photo Mosaics
Aspley, Queensland

The Photo Mosaics Group is a team of Brisbane-based photography & videography specialists who will d...

Margate, Queensland

At John Watson Photography in Redcliffe near Brisbane Queensland we focus on providing a professiona...

Andrew Thorpe Photographic Services
Toowoomba City, Queensland

Andrew Thorpe is one of Toowoomba's leading photographers. He has been a professional photographer s...

Karen Gowlett-Holmes
Eaglehawk Neck, Tasmania

I am a marine biologist, and have worked in this field for over 25 years. I have published over 40 s...

Little Cherub Photography
Anula, Northern territory

Photographers Darwin, maternity, newborn and baby photographer, Susan Fong was born in the Northern ...

Cynthja Pappin Photography
Broke, New South Wales

Cynthja Pappin Photography. Excellence.Cynthja Pappin has over 15 years of professional photographic...

Newcastle 360
Newcastle, New South Wales

Newcastle 360 are Virtual Tour Specialists.Newcastle 360 are based in the Hunter Valley and combine ...

Darryl's Photography
Wagga Wagga, New South Wales

I'm Darryl.I've been keen on photography since childhood. The end of school and commencement of my ...

Larissa Hill Photography
Ringwood North, Victoria

Larissa Hill Photography - Laughing, Loving, Creating is a boutique photography business creating ar...

Robert Lang Photography
Port Lincoln, South Australia

I am only contactable through my email: [email protected] Or phone me on +61 401300968"Still fr...

Truevision Photography
Redhead, New South Wales

THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST!Truevision Photography has been successfully operating in the photography b...

Taylormade Digital Images
Balmoral, Queensland

Do you want your images to make you stand out ? Brisbane based commer...

Tmac Pictures
Queanbeyan, Australian Capital Territory

I am a Travel Photographer from the Canberra Region.I travel a few time a year, to get away, see new...

Eva Rinaldi Photography
Lilyfield, New South Wales

Eva Rinaldi Live Music and Celebrity Photographer is based in Sydney, Australia.Photography has long...

Sheila Smart Photography
Avalon Beach, New South Wales

Specialising in "people" shots, lifestyle, Australian landscape and wildlife. Contributor to Alamy,...

AMB Productions
Coolangatta, Queensland

Hi there,I'm a Photojournalist and Filmmaker specialising in Natural History projects. I travel exte...

Matthew Jones Photography
Callala Bay, New South Wales

I am a professional photographer based near Nowra in the Shoalhaven region on the south coast of NSW...

John Montesi Photography
Chandlers Hill, South Australia

Following on from studies in graphic and advertising art, I gained significant experience in design,...

We believe that interactive 360 degree photography is the best way to showcase beautiful South Austr...

RealView Photo
Mount Barker, South Australia

Calvin Harris is the principal photographer of RealView Photo.With over 20 years of experience in a ...

Fraser McCulloch Photography
Port Macquarie, New South Wales

My name is Fraser McCulloch.Originally from Edinburgh, Scotland I now live with my wife and daughter...

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Marine Photography

Marine photography refers to the type of picture taking where images are captured underwater. Although the process may be carried out while swimming or snorkelling, it is often associated with scuba diving. This means a marine photographer must also be an expert scuba diver.
Types of Marine Cameras
There are different types of underwater cameras that suit different people. Those who are just starting out may invest in cheap waterproof disposable cameras. The main difference between these cameras and their ordinary counterparts is the rigid waterproof shell in which they are housed.
Marine photographers must consider pressure when purchasing their cameras. Marine cameras have different maximum depth ratings depending on the amount of pressure they can withstand. Many disposable cameras have a maximum depth rating of between 10 and 18 metres.
More experienced marine photographers may use regular cameras housed within special watertight casings. The cameras are re-usable and allow for greater depths. They may either be digital or use films.
There are also specialised cameras that can be switched to underwater mode to bring relevant features, interfaces and operation modes.
It is generally difficult to capture images of moving objects in any place but the underwater environment makes marine photography even more challenging. If taking pictures of fish, for example, it's not only the fish that’s moving but also the camera used to capture the pictures. The water itself is in constant motion.
Relatively less light reaches underwater, which makes it necessary to use flash. This is one of the greatest challenges in marine photography. The photographer must deal with the problem of reflection and backscatter coming from the numerous particles found in the water.
A good method of overcoming this challenge is to mount the flash a little bit farther from the camera or just using a torch.