Underwater photography on the cheap
In the prior installment of the Macworld Video, Chris Breen offered up a number of suggestions on how to share your movies and photos with friends. Working backwards, as I often do, I thought I'd offer up some suggestions on how to get your images ready for sharing.
But not just any images—underwater images in particular.
That's right; this week's focus is on underwater images—a bit of a primer on how to get into underwater photography on the cheap (because that's the only way I can do it!).
And finally I’ll demonstrate some simple editing techniques in iPhoto to make those underwater pictures look their best.
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In the course of the video, I discuss my underwater setup, which consists of a Canon PowerShot SD850 IS and a Canon WP-DC15 waterproof case. I bought the camera as a factory refurb on eBay, and I found the case for much less than Canon's suggested retail on Amazon.
I also mention my Bonaire Underwater image gallery, which contains the nine images shown in this week's video.
This episode of the Macworld Video is sponsored by Tenba, makers of the Air Case, body armor for your Apple computers.