Part of the fun of photography is getting out to a great location and not being afraid to get your feet wet—or even your camera. In this Tech Tip, photographer and director Corey Rich uses an AquaTech Delphin D4 Sport Housing with zoom control and a Nikon D4s to create a dynamic split-level fishing photograph.

Corey will show you a few tricks, such as how to prevent water debris from forming on the housing and messing up your focus, to using lube to ensure a water-tight seal that will protect your camera, to why you will want to shoot wide in underwater situations. With the right equipment and creative direction, you’ll no longer have to be afraid to get your feet wet and the result will be some really dynamic images from the next time you head out to the river, ocean, lake or backyard swimming pool.

Related Products at Adorama:

AquaTech Delphin D4 Sport Housing for Nikon D4 Digital Camera
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Nikon D4s
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Nikon 16-35mm f/4G AF-S ED Zoom Lens
adorama.com/NK1635U.html

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