17. Shooting downwards

We all remember the basic set of advices to follow and bad examples to avoid presented  by more experienced photographers as the absolute holy grail of underwater photography. They would warn you: Don’t shoot against the sun, don’t photograph the fish from back and never ever shoot downwards! These make sense in a way, however after some practice you can start braking all rules and make them work in your favour. Shooting downwards can be a very powerful weapon to use in wide angle photography if done correctly. Here are some reasons why:


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