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Tips for taking underwater photos

Updated: 17-Jun-2009

The Great Barrier Reef is a photographer’s delight - a visual feast of colour amid corals and the greatest diversity of marine life anywhere in the world...

Here are a few tips from the Indepth photo crew to help you capture your memories:-

  • For best colour, stay shallow and keep the sun behind you.
  • For more colour, use a camera with a flash, maximum range is usually 1m (3ft).
  • When shooting photos from the semi-submersible, hold the camera lens against the window and take photos when the corals are close.
  • If you have a waterproof digital camera, select the underwater mode for best results.
  • Protect the reef; be careful not to damage corals when taking photos underwater.

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