Mergers

A merger is where one subject blends into another. I find them most noticeable when shooting silhouettes. A distant diver can often merge into background and foreground coral. The tip is to ensure the silhouette is completely surrounded by blue water or a colour that will not merge into another shape.

fig. 7.27 You only need the smallest part of a subject to merge into another when you are shooting silhouettes for an idea to fail as in Fig 7.26. A great compositional tip from the late-great Jim Church. His book called Jim Church's Essential Guide to Composition is a must read for all underwater photographers. ISBN 1-881652-18-1.

fig. 7.27 You only need the smallest part of a subject to merge into another when you are shooting silhouettes for an idea to fail as in Fig 7.26. A great compositional tip from the late-great Jim Church. His book called Jim Church's Essential Guide to Composition is a must read for all underwater photographers. ISBN 1-881652-18-1.

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