Cameras like the Olympus TG Series are fantastic options for snorkeling enthusiasts. They are compact, affordable, and come loaded with many easy-to-use functions that let us snorkelers capture the beauty of the underwater world in all of its colorful glory. One of those settings is the macro function. If used correctly, the macro function on

Choosing to photograph those small fast fast-moving reef fish is arguably one of the hardest subjects you could choose underwater. Trust me, I know it’s tempting and borderline addicting, and please don’t hate me for saying this, but reef fish just aren’t the right subject in most cases. Hear me out, please. Photographing reef fish

If you’ve looked into underwater camera accessories or aftermarket additions, there’s a seemingly endless array of light, flashes, housings, lenses, trays, grips, etc, that are all “essential” to taking great photos underwater. The truth of the matter is, as long as you have a basic understanding of how light works underwater and know how to