Underwater Photography with Your iPhone

Underwater Photography with Your iPhone

By Blair Gable

Underwater photography is one of the most interesting settings you can take your iPhone. Of course there is that small issue of water ruining your expensive device. No problem. Blair Gable has you covered and has found the best, most reliable waterproof housing for the iPhone to help you start delving under the waves. With his Hitcase Pro, Blair was able to capture the underwater photos you can see in the video with only his trusty iPhone. You will never be searching long for something to photograph underwater. With underwater photography, you might as well be on a different planet. Plants and animals normally hidden from our view sway and zip around. Light behaves differently as it becomes filtered and refracted through the water. Just the fact that you are floating around, unsupported, creates a completely unique iPhoneography experience. So what are you waiting for? The water is fine!

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