Underwater Video with Auto Focus Cameras

Here are few simple tips that will greatly improve your underwater video results.
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Getting Started with Shooting Fluoro Photography

Getting started with Fluoro imaging is easy, Fluoro also reffered to as “Fluo” means Fluorescence, Diving or Imaging.
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Why an "Auto" Underwater Light?

We often get asked “Do I need an automatic (or “Auto”) light?”. Find out why!
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Join the SeaLife Underwater Imaging Group

The Facebook community for all things SeaLife!
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How to Take Great Wide-Angle Photos

Great wide-angle images can take many forms. They can show dramatic reefscapes, depict the fast action of swimming dolphins, or present the eerie vibe of a deep shipwreck.
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How to Take Great Macro Photos

Brent Durand offers his expertise in taking underwater photographs with the compact, easy-to-use SeaLife DC2000 camera and Super Macro Lens.
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SeaLife DC2000 How-To Photo Guide with Tobias Friedrich

Here, find some of Tobias Friedrich's best images taken with the SeaLife DC2000 and Tobias’ advice on how to compose and capture the best shot in various underwater shooting scenarios. And keep in mind, with the DC2000, you don’t have to be a professional to get great results, simply follow these basic steps and you’ll capture some amazing photos.
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How to Select an Underwater Dive or Photo-Video Light

Selecting a proper dive light is important for your safety and the enjoyment of your dive experience. Fish, coral gardens, and the endless variety of sea creatures and organisms are extremely colorful, but the deeper you go, the less color you will see. Read our blog to learn more!