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TABLE OF CONTENTS

THANK YOU

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

INTRODUCTION
A Book for the "Regular Guy"
My Background
The Learning Process

1. THE SCUBA DIVER
Become a Skilled Diver First
Responsible Diving
Make a Plan
Be a Good Buddy
Conservation Is Key
Final Thoughts

2. THE VALUE OF UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY
It's Fun
It Preserves Memories
It's a Creative Challenge
It Makes Diving More Fun
It Can Be Profitable
It's Competitive
It's Social
It's Educational

3. EQUIPMENT
Basic Components
A Backward Plan
Cameras
Point-and-Shoot Cameras
- The Features
- The Drawbacks
[Techie Talk: ISO]
- Overall Performance
Full-Featured Cameras
- The Features
[Techie Talk: Focal Lenght]
- The Drawbacks
- Overall Performance
Digital SLRs
- The Features
- The Drawbacks
- Overall Performance
Housings
[Techie Talk: Camera Buoyancy]
Lenses and Focal Length Factors
External Strobes
[Techie Talk: Fisheye Lenses]
Angle of Coverage
Power and Color Temperature
Recycle Time
Power Source
Power Settings
TTL Metering
Diffusion
[Techie Talk: Fill Flash]
Modeling Light
One Flash or Two?
Mounting to the Camera (Or Not)
[Techie Talk: Specular Highlights]
Communication with the Camera
[Techie Talk: Masking the Flash]
- Slaves
- Synch Cords
- Fiber Optic Arrays
Use Your Equipment to its Full Potential
[Techie Talk: Detritus]

4. THE FOUR ELEMENTS OF AN ACCEPTABLE IMAGE
Focus
Depth of Field
[Techie Talk: Hyperfocal Distance]
Fixed, Manual, and/or Automatic Focus
[Techie Talk: Chromatic Aberration]
[Techie Talk: Handholding]
Lag Time
Camera Movement
Subject Movement
Evaluate Your Results
Exposure
Aperture
Shutter Speed
ISO Setting
[Techie Talk: Noise]
Exposure Techniques
Reading the Light
[Techie Talk: Vignetting]
Metering the Light
Reciprocity and Exposure Values
[Techie Talk: Lens Flare]
Artificial Light
- TTL Capability
- Bracketing Revisited
[Techie Talk: Backscatter]
- Putting It All Together
- Guide Numbers
Dynamic Range and Exposure Compensation
[Techie Talk: Dynamic Range]
White Balance
Fine-Tuning the Color and Exposure in Postproduction
Composition
The Rule of Thirds
Vantage Point
- Snell's Window
The Eyes Have It
The Quartering Angle
Contrast
Framing
Leading Lines
Keep it Simple
Potrait or Landscape Format?
Learn from Your Mistakes
Subject
Subject Size
Planning Your Subjects
Wrecks
Predation
In Closing

5. CAMERA CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Do Your Homework
Consider the Dive Conditions
Cleaning and Maintenance
Basic Cleaning Technique
Lubrication
[Techie Talk: Tools and Transport]
- Types of Lubricant (Or None)
- Applying the Lubricant
- Installing the O-Ring
- Don’t Force It
Setting Up for a Dive
Look for a Camera-Friendly Charter
Be Prepared
The Dive Trip
On the Boat
Before Entering the Water
Entering the Water
The Descent and Dive
[Techie Talk: If There's No Rinse Tank]
Returning to the Boat
After the Dive
[Techie Talk: Drop Lines]
When Disaster Strikes
[Techie Talk: Storing Your Gear]
Storing Your Gear
A Caveat

6. PRACTICE GOOD TECHNIQUE
It's About Technique, Not Equipment
Understanding Your Subject
Take More Than One Shot (But Not Too Many)
Move Delicately, Think Cautiously
The Subject Appears
The "Stalk" Technique
Take Your Time
Descend to Its Level and Circle Around
Check Your Settings
Closing the Distance
Begin Composing Your Image
Do a Safety/Buddy Check
The "Drive-By" Technique
Take a Parallel Course
Approach Slowly
In Surge, Current, and Drift-Diving
Fish On the Move
The "Head 'Em Off at the Pass" Technique
Locating the Pass
Circling Around
Avoid Spooking the Fish
The "Sit and Wait" Technique
Slowing Down Makes You More Observant
Where to Sit
The "Be Ready" Technique
A Good Starting Point
Always Prepared, Always Observing
Don't Become Too Fixated
Some Common Techniques to Avoid
The "Barge Right In" Technique
The "Chase" Technique
The "Gunfighter" Technique
Don't Do It
Potentially Harmful Techniques
Remote Cameras
When Photographing Creatures, Sometimes Nothing Works
Photographing the Reef
An Amazing (and Often Overlooked) Subject
Photographic Technique
Concentrate on Composition
Further Guidelines
- Find a Great Subject
- Pick a Good Angle
- Think About Distance and Angle of View
- Keep it Simple
- Consider Snell's Window
- Watch the Colors

7. POSTPRODUCTION
The Ethics of Imaging
[Techie Talk: Reformatting]
Initial Workflow
Monitor Calibration
Develop a Routine
- From Camera to Computer
- Organizing
- Backing Up
- Reviewing the Files
[Techie Talk: Digital Darkroom Terms]
Editing Workflow
[Techie Talk: Histogram]
Duplicate the File
Cropping
Basic Enhancements
Save Along the Way
[Techie Talk: Pixel Peeping]
Be Subtle
Address Imperfections
Sharpening
Backing Up
Less is More

CONCLUSION

RESOURCES
Online
Books

INDEX




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