By Tobias Friedrich
When you’re shooting schooling fish, like these bannerfish, try to get them all swimming in one direction, which will result in a much nicer composition and image. It takes a little patience with schooling fish in general until they gather and move in a composed way, so make sure to stay with them patiently.
Equipment: SeaLife Micro 3.0, Sea Dragon 3000F
Settings: Deep Water White Balance
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SeaLife Micro 3.0 Pro 3000 Set
SL552 – Available now! Ideal for colorful, sharp stills and videos, the Micro 3.0 Pro 3000 Set includes the Sea Dragon 3000F Photo-Video Light, Micro 3.0 Camera, Flex-Connect Single Tray and Grip for optimal stability and handling. The SeaLife Micro 3.0 camera offers easy set-up with automatic and manual image setting options. The Sea Dragon 3000F Light has a Color Rendering Index of 80, with a 5000k color temperature to simulate natural sunlight. Sea Dragon Photo/Video Lights reveal beautiful colors in underwater photos and videos
Sea Dragon 3000SF Pro Dual Beam
SL679 – Available Now! The compact Sea Dragon 3000SF Pro Dual Beam Photo-Video light has a large COB LED, delivering 3000 lumens in an even 120° wide beam. The light offers an impressive 90 CRI (color rendering index) with a proprietary COB LED array that replicates natural sunlight (A CRI of 100 would be just like natural sunlight). With a simple one-button push, the underwater photographer can switch from the wide 120° beam to a narrow 1500 lumen 15° spot beam. For imaging, the spot beam offers many creative opportunities such as to create a narrowly focused snoot or stage spotlight effect.