Take better photos…
Learning underwater photography can feel overwhelming. Trying to figure out what you need to learn and what order to learn it in.
I understand how frustratingly slow the learning process can be when you’re trying to figure things out on your own. The endless google searches and trial and error leave you wondering if you’ll ever be able to take the photos you imagine.
In these workshops I’ll walk you through information and insights that have taken me years to learn, so you can fast track your learning and improve your photos sooner.
Brighten your space…
A selection of Matty’s favourite, limited edition fine art prints from his highly collectable and iconic “man of war” portfolio to his beloved and mystical sea dragons.
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Q&A with Matty
Backscatter is the illumination of particles in the water by your lights. It's the nemesis of underwater photographers. Although it can never be eliminated completely, by paying attention to our strobe positioning we can reduce it greatly.
Nothing ruins an underwater photograph quicker than scratches on your dome port. In this video I show you a quick and easy way to remove a large scratch from a plastic/acrylic dome port. Everything you need can be purchased from a regular hardware store for about...
In this video I share my top 3 tips for beginners to help you improve your underwater photography instantly with out spending a single dollar. Perfect for those of you just starting out in underwater photography.
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