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I want to ask ur advice regarding the best position for UW subjects , attaching some shots i took but someone i knew before he said that i made a mistake during the shot , he said that my mistake is " the subject is centered in the frame and it must be in the corner not in the center"
I would really appreciate ur advices
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On your first shot it looks like you are shooting down on the subject. I think it might be more dramatic if you could come from the side of the Starfish and have the tube feet coming at the viewer along with the color of the spines. A little harder to get that position on the bottom.
The second shot you are on macro but maybe you could have gotten closer to include just one "S" curve of the egg mass. Again isolating a single portion of the macro subject.
Keep it up and sent some more images!
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Lighting, focus, color look great.
But imho you really need to work on composition. But it's not always easy to teach.
I'd maybe start looking at these pages
http://www.uwphotographyguide.com/under ... -beginners
http://www.uwphotographyguide.com/under ... omposition
Also try diving with other photographers so you can see the type of shots they take.
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