By “waterproof housing” ....the first thing that comes to my mind are the “half and half” type of photos (half above, half below the surface). Of course you can throw all your normal photography skills out the window with UW photography. You’ll quickly learn that water clarity and sunlight (straight overhead) play a major role. Aperture settings are totally different. It’s a whole different game but fun nonetheless.
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