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How To Take Split-Landscape Style Photos Without Breaking The Bank (16 pics)

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Taking the perfect split-landscape style photo can be tough, especially if you don't have money to buy the necessary equipment. But even if you have a low budget you can still snap some impressive photos. This is how it's done.

I thought it would cost a fortune in camera equipment to take these photos. Thankfully, I was wrong

1 How To Take Split-Landscape Style Photos Without Breaking The Bank (16 pics)

What you’ll need: Camera + Underwater housing ($200-500), Camera Dome from GoWorx ($300), Camera Handle ($20), Anti Fog Insert ($1)


2 How To Take Split-Landscape Style Photos Without Breaking The Bank (16 pics)

All set up! The handle isn’t required but helps with stabilization


3 How To Take Split-Landscape Style Photos Without Breaking The Bank (16 pics)

The alternative can cost anywhere from $1500-3000 for the dome alone


4 How To Take Split-Landscape Style Photos Without Breaking The Bank (16 pics)

Start off by practicing in a swimming pool


5 How To Take Split-Landscape Style Photos Without Breaking The Bank (16 pics)

It’s much easier to keep the dome level and above the water when there aren’t waves




6 How To Take Split-Landscape Style Photos Without Breaking The Bank (16 pics)

The most challenging aspect can be keeping the top of your dome clear of water spots


7 How To Take Split-Landscape Style Photos Without Breaking The Bank (16 pics)

When at the pool, it’s easy enough to dry off the dome with a paper towel


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Keep your dome “spot free” using baby soap


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This is a common method often used by scuba divers to keep their googles clear


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And that’s it! Go capture some beautiful photos!


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Once you figure out the basics, it’s possible for anyone to take beautiful underwater photos


12 How To Take Split-Landscape Style Photos Without Breaking The Bank (16 pics)

All of the photos in this article were taken on my first day with the dome


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Hope to see some from you soon!


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№1 Author: Tomaz86 (31 Dec 2015 17:08) Total user comments: 10817


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I I'll try.
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№2 Author: Aindy (1 Jan 2016 03:38) Total user comments: 2862


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800 dollars 'not breaking the bank'??????

Heres a better option:
Get a clear plastic bag (watertight!). Set your phone to take a picture when you press a button (rather than touchscreen). Put phone in bag, put some air in and hold so air pocket forms infront of camera on phone, and go take pics. Dont go to ANY type of depth, just stay at the surface.
Pics probably wont be as good but definetly wont break the bank.
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№3 Author: flex (2 Jan 2016 14:59) Total user comments: 87


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$500 to 800 plus a GoPro is not cheap (cheaper than the underwater reflex, but still expensive) can't a glass Tupperware do the trick?
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