Idiom of the Day
like a ton of bricks
strongly or forcefully, a surprise to someone
The news of the singer's death hit me like a ton of bricks.
Rules to play Underwater Photography
Get Comfortable Underwater
One of the most important elements of underwater photography is feeling comfortable in the environment. Remember that the photographer becomes a floating platform on which the camera rests. The ability to swim welland in some instances fast, to catch up with the subjectis a must have skill.
One of the advantages of shooting while scuba diving rather than snorkeling is that you can spend long periods in deeper water, closer to marine life. To be successful at shooting underwater while scuba diving, you must master flotation and have control of where you are at all times. Having said this, a lot of my most successful images were made at the surface, where the light is abundant and where most of the big guys, like whales and sharks, can be found.