In the Background in Dykking

Dykking magazine is running my underwater photography story about getting the background right in their April 2013 issue. Hopefully their readers can pick up a few tips and ideas!

Posted on Apr 29, 2013

Way too often, underwater photographers come up after a dive all smiling, only to be disappointed later on when reviewing their images.

Where did that cute, little goby go? Ah, there it is - lost in the background clutter.

In the April 2013 issue of Dykking magazine you can learn more about how to make the background work for you - not against you. Here's how the 5-page spread looked in the magazine:

Improve your images

Many underwater photographers neglect to consider the background - they're all too busy getting everything else together. If you remember to pay attention to what's in the background, you can significantly improve your images.

It's not all about about composition, angles or camera settings - having the right mindset is equally important.

This little nut crab was sitting inside an empty shell - a perfect, uncluttered background that really lets the subject stand out.

Get this story for your magazine!

This 1.800 word story will help your underwater photography audience get into the right mindset to shoot better images.

It demonstrates a few simple techniques that will enlighten and inspire them - and it also makes you magazine look good: The story comes complete with several high-quality images. Get it today!

Published since 1983

Dykking is published six times a year and has a circulation of approximately 6.000. The magazine has been published since 1983 and is currently the only dive publication in Norway and one of the longest-running magazines in Europe.

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