INSTANTLY Up Your Photo-Game! TWO THINGS
Today, Rob Nelson wants to show you how to take amazing underwater shots using a Gopro. A big part of this, is learning to think like a photographer. In this particular shot, there are a few key points (tips) that Rob wants to share.
1. Change your perspective. To do this I bought a dome port for the Gopro. That gave me 33 percent wider view and the ability to get both above and below water. LINK TO THE PORT: http://amzn.to/2mnc5PS
2. Learn to Post-Process: Half of your shot can be accomplished easily enough in post production. Photoshop has some great filters if used right. This the balance I used. If you just want to see the post - skip to 5:01 to start this only.
THE ORIGINAL PIC: If you want to test out the original picture for yourself, here is the file. https://goo.gl/QvESJY - send me a message to firstname.lastname@example.org if you make something cool. Would love to see it.
There is nothing quite like #scubadiving on the #greatbarrierreef! #HoleyMoley! I just got done with an epic reef trip with @haleychamberlain22 and I must say, it did not disappoint. This reef is where I really fell in love with tropical #coralreefs. I'd go out to the reef every weekend while at uni and try and learn as much as I could. Now, I'm back visiting my old underwater friends... some 18 years later. Note: don't bring up that time-frame with 18 year olds on the dive boat. Even though you feel like you're the same age, they will remind you that they weren't even born when you were in college. More #australia pics to come! #underwater #snorkle #adrenalinediving
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