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Lars Kirkegaard

Lars is one of Scandinavia's very experienced photo/videographers with many years of working as both an active member of the Scandinavian Underwater Community, an underwater photographer, studio photographer, TV-videographer and as a Graphic Arts specialist. Owner of FOTOGRAFIT.eu

TRIPODS – steady images under water

Anders Nyberg is an Award Winning Swedish Underwater Photographer. He gives his view on Tripods and how to use them. (Anders is using the FG-Tripod, Inon strobe, Anglerfish Trigger, on a flexarm with tri-clamp)  This is how I use an underwater tripod The most common way to use a tripod is, for example, time-laps and […]

Review of Inon Z-330 Ultra Wide Strobe

INON Z-330 Ultra Wide Strobe Inon has just published what, many underwater photographers have been waiting for for a long time. The follow-up on the popular Z-240 flash which over the years have been upgraded several times and are now present as a Type-4 version, that Inon recently stopped producing. The name of the new […]

Review of Nauticam A9 Underwater Housing for Sony A9 Camera

Nauticam has released a new underwater housing, the Nauticam NA-A9 underwater housing, for the Sony Alpha 9 to allow professional photographers to capture amazing video and photos under the water. The Sony Alpha 9 camera is a new digital camera launched in April this year. It is 24.2 megapixel, full-frame mirrorless camera that can shoot […]

Review of Hugyfot Vision HERO5 for GoPro

For a long time, Hugyfot had the Pro+ series for the GoPro HERO3/3+/4 cameras. The Pro+ housings have been quite a hit with military and commercial divers – but also technical divers and top-enthusiasts have this housing in favor. But now they decided it was time to make a new line for the HERO5 too, called […]

Review of Nauticam housing for Panasonic Lumix GH5

Panasonic Lumix GH5 Rarely a new housing has been awaited with this much anticipation. The Nauticam housing for the Panasonic Lumix GH5 camera has been time on the way. But now that the first units has been delivered to us, and forwarded to happy new owners, we have been able to look at the details […]

Review of the i-Divesite I-Torch Venom c92

Lars Korvald makes a living taking pictures. He is also a FOTOGRAFIT Ambassador. We asked him to test the i-Torch c92 LED light. Lars is mainly taking nature pictures (among that under water) in Norway… not a bad place to be an active photographer. The reason we gave him the Venomc92 is that they have a […]

Review of Nauticam Super Macro Convertor 2 (SMC-2)

Are you a keen Ultra Macro Photographer? Did you previously look at lenses like the MOBY or the SMC-1 + Multiplier? Well… Nauticam did it again… only this time they blew the limits completely for making a macro lens that will satisfy even the most enthusiastic ultra macro underwater photographer. The SMC-2 lens is just SO much stronger than the SMC-1 lens. Even if you add the Multiplier, this lens is stronger.

John Bantin – live interview with a legend in the diving

A living legend, year long diver, and underwater photographer. Editor, Author and Good Friend. Not many people have had so many underwater pictures published as John and not many people have written as many articles as him… So – How to get your own pictures published? Sign up for the webinar – and get Johns Top 5 on how to get your own pictures published.

SEA OF IMAGES by Nanna Kreutzmann

Freediver, world traveller and professional photographer: Nanna Kreutzmann gives her view on good imaging and give tips and trick to improve your own shooting. During the interview we will look through a lot of Nanna´s underwater shots, talk about her techniques and how she works with the post processing – you will get tips & trick – and learn got to do great imaging even with a single breath of air. The session will end with a Q&A.

Review of Symbiosis Lighting System

The Symbiosis Lighting System is a brand new flash/light system from i-Divesite. They are a combination of both flash and LED light in one unit, which is a really large benefit for most underwater photographers today. And WHY…? The short answer is, that most divers often do both photography and video – and that most new cameras do both equally good. So instead of having to invest in both lights for video and separately a flash for photography ID have combined them into one. …and it works!!