Take the plunge for dif­fer­ent shots

Tweed Daily News - - LIFE - Ryan Fowler is a Tweed Coast-based pho­tog­ra­pher. Con­tact him at ryan­fowler.pho­tog­ra­phy RYAN FOWLER

IN all the as­pects of pho­tog­ra­phy I’ve done, one that is yet to be con­quered was un­der­wa­ter pho­tog­ra­phy.

The rea­son for this is un­der­wa­ter hous­ings for cam­eras are ex­pen­sive and it was some­thing a lit­tle scary.

How­ever, just be­fore we got all the rain a cou­ple of weeks ago, I had one or­dered and de­liv­ered, just be­fore it started rain­ing.

At the next high tide, Cud­gen Creek was look­ing amaz­ing so de­cided to go for a dip and cap­ture some un­der­wa­ter im­agery.

Af­ter hav­ing dived quite a lot a few years ago, I re­ally now wanted to be able to cap­ture the plethora of life un­der the waves, which make for some great sub­jects.

This im­age is one of a num­ber I took on the day try­ing the hous­ing out and happy with the ini­tial re­sults.

You will be see­ing more un­der­wa­ter as Cook Is­land and some other great des­ti­na­tions are call­ing.

Set­tings for this im­age were ISO320, f/7.1 and 1/500 shut­ter speed.

Pic­ture: RYAN FOWLER

Hav­ing a un­der­wa­ter cas­ing for your cam­era al­lows you to cap­ture a whole new world be­neath the waves.

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