What may be correct for the topside view is normally a couple of stops too dark for the underwater view. I advocate shooting when the sun is directly overhead (there is rarely more than a one to two stop difference) or when the sun is a little way behind your back. This keeps the exposure differential at a minimum and by bracketing the combinations of aperture and shutter speed, acceptable exposure can usually be achieved. I like the sun coming from behind because of the quality of light which falls on the topside portion.

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