Lexi Slone
Jan 19, 2018

How to position my lights for underwater wide angle?


Edited: Jan 19, 2018

I really need some help with positioning my strobes for underwater use, especially with wide angle. I seem to get lots of dust or white in my images. How do I avoid this?

Jan 26, 2018




Hi Lexi,


Yes the Dust you talk of is called Backscatter.


Backscatter can be avoided in many ways but here are a few easy ones to try and see what one or multiple ways work best for you in your conditions for the shot you want to achieve.


1. Get Close

2. Shoot in clear water

3. Strobes out wide, far away from lens

4. Setting strobes behind lens



5. Facing strobes a few degrees away from subject and lens


Let us know how you get on!





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