Conclusion

Super macro photography is not for everyone. It takes great patience, good observational and scuba skills, and the right equipment. Without these it will likely be a frustrating uphill battle the majority of the time. But if you have the tools, both mental and physical, you may be surprised by how much beauty you can capture, often right under your nose.

The above information is a good starting point for those who are interested in pursuing this type of photography. But, if you'd like a more thorough analysis of this genre of photography, please visit my 'Guide To Super Macro Underwater Photography' at www.DivePhotoGuide.com. For more information about the ReefNet SubSee, please visit www.ReefNet.ca

The Author

Keri Wilk is a 24-year-old Canadian mechanical engineer with 14 years of underwater photography experience throughout the Caribbean and the Indo-Pacific. He published his first image in Sport Diver at the age of 16 and followed up with image and text contributions to numerous magazines, scientific journals, books, and museums. Keri is now designing and developing new products for ReefNet Inc.

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