17. January 2019

English subtitles available!

Why are underwater pictures blue-grey and not beautifully colorful when you photograph your underwater camera? In this PanOceanPhoto-Workshop we explain one of the most important phenomena of underwater photography: extinction. Roland Conrad describes how you can not only conjure up colours in the water, but how you can really play with them:

The following links will take you directly to the chapters:

0:54 Why is it blue-grey in water?
1:43 Extinction
3:06 Shortening the light path
3:42 Inserting light sources
4:40 Get closer!
5:33 Colour filter
6:25 Playing with colors

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