Author Ran Mor

Ran is a professional photographer for over 14 years. His passion for scuba diving and photography has pushed him to combine his profession and hobby and become a professional underwater photographer. Teaching is one of his greatest passions and over the years he has shared his experience with many divers and aspiring photographers. Along with his wife Danielle, an experienced Scuba Instructor, they have founded Dive and More, leading dive trips and UW photo workshops all over the world. Ran is also an electrical engineer and an avid internet marketing specialist.

Test your strobe and make sure it works as it should. You would not believe how many people shoot with a strobe without even knowing that it’s not firing strong enough, or not syncing, or even not firing at all! Do not use Auto ISO. If you are shooting manual, which is the probably the best mode to use underwater, quite often divers leave the ISO on Auto. This setting causes the camera to automatically set your ISO way to high, letting in too much ambient light and messing up your photos. Unless shooting video, do not set your ISO on…

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