Aquatic Life

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Ob­jects ap­pear closer and larger than nor­mal when seen un­der water. The ob­jects found in the depths of the ma­rine life, when cap­tured with a pho­tog­ra­pher’s lens, are ab­so­lutely mes­mer­iz­ing. Cap­tur­ing the un­der­wa­ter won­ders for sev­eral years – Di­gant De­sai pro­vides us with ba­sic guide­lines and the know-how of un­der­wa­ter pho­tog­ra­phy. When a ques­tion that arises in his mind is – “How dif­fer­ent is pho­tograph­ing un­der­wa­ter than it is on land?” To this, Di­gant says, “Imag­ine your­self trash­ing in the a cam­era in your hands, try­ing to click some de­cent pic­tures and all of this within a given time frame. Un­der­wa­ter pho­tog­ra­phy does come with a set of com­plex­i­ties. But when done right, the re­sults can be ab­so­lutely stun­ning.”

Soft coral with pur­ple an­thias (Wide-An­gle)

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