Lately I’ve been using an Outex, which is a silicone water cover. It’s rad because you can use different lenses in it and it has a tripod neck strap. It’s worked really well underwater in lots of different situations.
You don’t always need a fancy camera or underwater setup to take a good photo. This photograph was taken on a GoPro. Read more about shooting with a GoPro on my blog: http://hisarahlee.com/gopro-hero3-review/
Photo Tip #6
Working with props and clothes can be challenging underwater but worth the effort! In this shoot, I created a jellyfish from an umbrella, ribbons, and beaded curtains. Just be careful you don’t lose anything in the process!
Photo Tip #7
Within the realm of underwater photography, there’s not much in your control. It’s all about being in the moment and finding the composition within the “chaos.” Most of my favourite photographs were taken when I just let things “be” and used my camera as a way to interpret what is happening at the present moment, rather than trying to orchestrate and control any of it.