DIVER Photographer Maxwel Hohn dedicates us three great tips-off to enhance its underwater photography 😛 TAGEND Shoot with what you got! A Many divers are under the assumption that they need the fanciest camera equipment to capture good photos. This is incredibly false. Use what you have and be creative. Some of my personal favourite photos were captured with a GoPro. Itas portable, light, inexpensive and easy to pack with you during every dive so you never miss an opportunity to get a shot. The best camera you have is the one thatas on you and it doesnat have to break your bank account. You can even make a nice tray and limbs out of PVC pipe from the hardware store for$ 5 bucks! Use ambient light. You donat need high powered lights and strobes to get incredible images. Work with the ambient illuminating available. Try shooting in shallow water on a sunny day, at sunshine rise, or during sunset. During your dive always know which direction the sun is in and try moving around your subject to maximize the use of ambient light. Iave often been told to always keep the sun on your back. While this works sometimes it is also false, try shooting into the sun and capturing the sunshine rays beaming down onto a topic. It makes a dance of light that really adds a sense of magical to an image. Dive buddy.A Having a reliable dive buddy is essential for underwater photography. Not merely is it safer and more enjoyable with a friend but it also gives you the opportunity to have a model. Even if you are both diving with cameras you can still pick scenic areas where you might be able to take turns setting your camera down while the other diver takes photos. I find images much more interesting having a diver in them. This also dedicates a sense of scale and definition in the photo. Another little tip is for the diver modelling to have a flashlight in beam mode. This adds a sense of escapade to the image.