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Too Much Equipment | ScubaShea.com

There is one thing about it, scuba diving is an equipment intensive hobby and lifestyle.  When you get into Technical Scuba diving, that amount of equipment goes up astronomically! So why do you want to get into Tec Diving and start your exploration that way?  Maybe the better statement is that you don’t...

Remarkable Underwater World | ScubaShea.com

It has happened again.  We have found something in the underwater world that we were not expecting.  We did not think we would find it nor would it ever be there.  Of all people, it came from Richard Branson. Now, I have nothing against Richard.  For what I know of him, I respect him.  Really where I...

Rule of Thirds | ScubaShea.com

Ok, last posting we talked about not having all your objects centered in the frame. That was in the blog, Boring Center. One of the techniques you can use is called the rule of thirds. What the rule of thirds does is break your framing into segments. Think of the viewing frame broken into 3 equal parts going...

The Boring World of Dead Center | ScubaShea.com

Well, I just finished editing and selecting the photos from the Cayman Brac trip. It reminded me of some of those rules that I heard and even learned about a time or two in some photography seminar. For underwater photography, it is the same as above land. It is also what I try to instill in others that take...