Photo Spotlight Behind the scenes Underwater 112 bts
April 22, 2011 Portfolio
|Camera: Canon EOS 7D|
Exposure Program: Manual
ISO Speed: 100
Focal Length: 18.0 mm
Lens: EF16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
The behind the scenes photo shows multiple lights facing the water. I ended up not using those lights at all. I originally wanted light rays coming through the water, but the globe light was so overpower and since I wasn't using snoots on my other lights, the rays weren't working. The final photo only used one light, and its in the globe.
So.. how I did this photo.. well, if you look at the behind the scenes, its pretty self explanatory.. I think. Pretty much, I stuck a white ball/globe (same globe from my 365 photo a couple days ago) underwater. The globe is attached to a light. And I took the photo underwater. This image is flipped, so the reflection you see / ripples, is the underside of the top of the water.
Lights triggered with RadioPopper JrX. Underwater case used was the DiCAPac dslr underwater case.
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