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Any Tips for taking Photographs under water?
This is out of my experience so don't take it as gospel. I've heard that it is possible to seal your standard camera in a freezzer bag to make it watertight. I would go for a specialised camera though.
I would guess that the exposures would have to be bracketed for focus much like the bracketing in infra red photograpy.
They make all kinds of underwater cameras now . . . even disposables. Just do a search and you will have pages of them. The bag thing is a gamble.
Try matching your camera model online to a similar plastic shell for storage and protection, I have a Canon T2I and I bought the underwater shell casing for it and it works perfectly.
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