25 episodes

Tips and hints for Digital Underwater Photographers

Jim Church School of Digital Underwater Photography Mike Haber and Mike Mesgleski

    • Visual Arts

Tips and hints for Digital Underwater Photographers

Customer Reviews

Susan Kellogg ,

They Make the Complicated Simple - Digital in a Few Easy Steps

I've been shooting film underwater for years and really enjoyed the experience. But, it was time to move to digital. I had read all of the books, talked to those I could and finally made my purchases. Still, I just wasn't comfortable with being able to recreate what I could do with film in the digital format. Okay, I don't like change - I admit. Mike and Mike break it down to here are the five (or so) things you need to worry about. Focus (pun intended) on those and you will be fine. There are so many features you can take advantage of with digital that it is, quite frankly, overwhelming. Their podcasts really helped to take that overwhelming feeling away and help me get ready for my first big trip. Whether you are just starting out with your first underwater digital camera, just starting to think about going digital, or have been shooting digital for awhile, you will find yourself looking for a pen and paper to jot down a few notes to remember from these podcasts. Definitely worth your time.

John and Sue ,

Solid start.

The first 3 podcasts are a solid foundation to this series. Mike & Mike's conversational style keeps the topics and information flowing.
Anyone who has been through a Mike & Mike course will see hints of the real M&M in these first 3. I think we will hear more of their real character and natural humor come out in future casts.

Hey, It's fun, and you just might learn something!

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