ARTisSpectrum Vol. 31, May 2014 - page 95

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I used a ‘fish-eye’ lens, which permitted me to shoot more than 170 degrees on the diagonal, meaning I
could get very close to the rocks and insist on a really sharp image. Thanks to that lens, I was able to get the
landscape, the sky and the mountains just the way I wanted them.
One of the ways
I deal with the
challenging conditions
of underwater
photography, as part
of my desire to make
the best possible
images, and to express
myself creatively, is
by coming up with
new techniques and
technology that will
help me to achieve the
images I have in mind.
I have myself invented
the technique I call
MacroZoom.
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