Articles & News Tagged “Article”
Norbert Wu’s Favorite Images: Shark Diving in San Diego
Norbert Wu presents the next in his series highlighting his favorite images from his career. He takes us to California in the late 1980s and the very early days of diving and photographing with blue and mako sharks off San Diego. Also included are some very salient thoughts for aspirant professional photographers along with the text of an article he wrote describing his first assignment which required him to photograph a menacing shark near a diver.
Norbert Wu: Fins for Underwater Image Makers Part 2
Underwater image maker, Norbert Wu, has updated his guide to fins for underwater photographers. Expanding on his original article for Wetpixel, Norbert has added tests of a few more fins. It should be stressed that Norbert’s results are based on the performance required by underwater photographers and filmmakers specifically.
Freeze Frame: Introduction
Wetpixel are proud to introduce Freeze Frame; an exclusive new monthly column by award winning underwater filmmaker Evan Sherman. He will be writing about the tips and tricks that make image and video creation work in some of the most extreme and remote locations in the world. In this first installment, Evan outlines his philosophy in the “battle” to “win the image-making war.”
Norbert Wu’s Favorite Images: Deep Sea Anglerfish
In this episode of underwater photographer Norbert Wu’s favorite images column, he talks about photographing and sampling creatures that were caught as a part of a deep sea marine biology research project. His images of the deep sea anglerfish (Melanocetus johnsoni) went on grace the cover of Time magazine in 1995 and many other publications since then too.
The Manatees of the Crystal River by Don Silcock
Alex Tattersall: Thoughts on minimizing environmental impact
Underwater photographer, Dr. Alex Tattersall provides a personal perspective about the fiercely contested issue of subject manipulation in macro underwater photography. In his article, he shows examples of five photographic and compositional techniques that can be used to enhance such images as an alternative to the movement or harassment of subjects.
The Humpback Whales of Tonga by Don Silcock
Color Correction with the Sony AX100 by Peter Lightowler
Peter Lightowler presents a comprehensive guide to managing color when shooting underwater with the Sony AX100 4K camcorder. Sony has, in the past been criticised for poor color rendition underwater, and Peter’s article expands in depth the techniques and tool available to correct any such issues. Although he has limited his article to the AX100, it serves as an excellent primer for anyone shooting video underwater.
Norbert Wu’s Favorite Images: Spotted Dolphins, Bahama Banks
In this episode of underwater photographer Norbert Wu’s favorite images column, he talks about photographing and interacting with a group of wild Atlantic spotted dolphins (Stenella frontalis) on the Bahamas Banks. He describes not only the imagery he captured, but also the amazing experience of spending time with these animals in the water