Discover SeaLife and master your underwater imaging skills with these easy-to-follow guides and tutorials.

The new SportDiver Ultra is the new larger SportDiver housing that holds and fits nearly all iPhones and Android phones. The housing holds all Samsung Ultra models, Google Pixel phones and iPhone Max models. Follow along as we show you the new housing’s features and how to get started. 

Latest updates and set-up information for the original SeaLife SportDiver (SL400, SL400-U). Follow along with Marc as he guides you through the unboxing, the latest updates to the SportDiver housing and the many available photo & video features through the SportDiver app. Important user tips are covered, this video is great tool for first time users and long term owners alike.

Get to know your Micro 3.0 underwater camera with our Great Pictures Made Easy video series with Brent Durand!

Brent Durand takes the Micro 3.0 on a dive in Monterey, CA and shares some useful tips for getting great underwater pictures!

When you’re capturing your Micro 3.0 images in RAW format, consider these Lightroom presets developed by professional underwater photographer Tobias Friedrich and his company, Below-Surface. Lightroom by Adobe is one of the most popular photo editing programs among underwater photographers, visit Adobe here to purchase Lightroom.  

The presets allow for faster and easier editing with better results, providing you with tried and tested “preset shortcuts”.

For information and order details for the Lightroom presets, please go to Below-Surface here.

We unbox and set up the SeaLife SportDiver Underwater Smartphone Housing to go diving. The video guides you through the first steps and usage of the SportDiver with your smartphone. The underwater scenes in the video were shot with an iPhone 11 Pro Max.

SeaLife Ambassador Brent Durand shows us SeaLife’s ReefMaster RM-4K camera and takes us for a dive in Monterey Bay demonstrating the camera’s above and underwater performance.

SeaLife SportDiver Pre-Dive & Post-Dive Checklist

Brent walks you through the basic steps to prepare your SeaLife SportDiver Smartphone housing for your dive trip. While it’s designed and filmed with the SportDiver housing, the same steps should be taken with any underwater or camera housing. The video and check list cover three preparation categories; pre-trip, pre-dive, and post-dive.

In this video, Brent covers video lighting techniques and light options available from SeaLife. It’s amazing what proper lighting will do for your videos (and still images), by adding color and brilliance. Check out some of the “with & without” light scenes in this video.

Brent Durand shows video editing basics to help you make your SeaLife videos the best they can be.  Starting with some basic capturing techniques to sorting and organizing, to editing your final video of your dive.

Brent describes basic composition with these five simple tips, important for any underwater photographer and any camera.  Watch this video and follow these instructions on your next photo dive to learn underwater photography or improve your results.

In this video, we’re emphasizing the importance of photo and video lighting underwater.  Brent shows you several Sea Dragon LED lights and strobes and how to use them.  These examples will show you very clearly what you’re missing if you’re not using underwater lighting.  

In this video, Brent shows how to use underwater lenses, their benefits and some basic shooting tips when using Macro or Wide-angle lenses on your dive.  You’ll also learn the basic lens lingo and what it means.

SeaLife Underwater Photography Guide DC2000 Tobias Friedrich

This colorful guide will show you what’s possible with the SeaLife DC2000.

DC2000 - Great pictures made easy

This DC2000 guide explains how to get the best results, including use of lighting & lenses.

The DC2000 setup video shows the unboxing and initial set up of the DC2000 camera.

The Micro 2.0 guide shows you how to master great images and video with this compact camera.

SeaLife underwater imaging group

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