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message this message is importantHello all,

I've just returned from St Lucia where I took my first steps into the world of underwater photography. Obviously I have little idea about what I am doing at this stage but I've created a simple blog where I have posted some of the photos and videos I took and I would appreciate some feedback and suggestions on what to work on but keep in mind that I am very much a beginner and am finding it difficult do to the most basic things smile
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I am using a Sea&Sea DX-GE5 with the flash Sea&Sea YS-Q2 and so far I have done no editing of the photos other than changing the size.

Marcus Wendel
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message Based on suggestions I received I have tried to correct the white balance and even with the auto setting in Photoshop Elements it is a big improvement over the originals.

Marcus Wendel
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message Hi, If that was me and my first time i would be very happy with the photos you have taken, yes it is a very confusing world using your camera underwater, but has i have found practice and practice more, yes you will get dives where you don't get the shots you want, but just get back in and try again smile
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message Thanks, I am sure you are right that things will get better with practice smile

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