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 Post subject: How Did He Shoot That?
PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 3:44 pm 
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Hi folks,

Ever wondered how to get an underwater shot of a swimmer just diving into the water like so:
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No, I hadn't either but the set-up is interesting. Click the picture for more...

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Nice shot, intresting to knw really! i wonder if the camera was shooting images constaly to get that lucky shot :D

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Hey i just saw this the other day on digg and i was very impressed. im glad you added it to the forums!

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an easier way of shooting that could be to add a giant mirror to the bottom of the pool, they did it in Sunset Blvd, then again the pool would need to be roughly 40degrees farenhieght and that might distract the swimmers, then again so does a man at the bottom of the pool with a ton of equipment....


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http://chasejarvis.com/portfolio.html Image number 6 is awesome!

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