As a user of the Canon EOS 5D Mark III over the past few years, I have captured a variety of challenging subjects in the most difficult underwater conditions. The arrival of the 5D Mark IV has brought exciting advancements under the hood but only minor external changes, and underwater housings like mine are still [...]
On my last trip to Lombok, Indonesia, I had the privilege of testing out the Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II on a couple of projects. This easy-to-use compact camera proved to be a worthy companion underwater, producing some fantastic shots with the help of an external strobe and a close-up lens. I particularly liked [...]
To honour those who have supported, influenced, and spearheaded Asia’s Dive and conservation industry, UW360 has put together a list of significant individuals. This list is by no means exhaustive, nor is it a ranking. We recognise that there are many other deserving individuals who have contributed to the industry, and we would like to [...]
During a recent invitation to conduct a workshop, I had the opportunity to test out the PowerShot G1 X Mark III. With recent compact cameras closing the gap between compacts and DSLRs, I was looking forward to finding out how Canon’s new flagship compact performed when shooting marine life. Excellent low-light capabilities, high–speed continuous shooting, [...]
For many professional and enthusiast photographers, DSLRs have remained the cameras of choice for various shooting scenarios, from events and news reporting to sports and scuba diving. The very best compact cameras have continued to close the gap in features and performance, but their smaller sensors, more-limited processing power, and other compromises have meant DSLRs [...]
Text & images by William Tan Image 1: Taken on Canon EOS-1D X Mark II with EF 8-15mm f/4L Fisheye USM lensSettings: Shutter speed 1/320, Aperture: f/8, ISO: 500, White Balance: Auto It was an honour when Canon placed an EOS-1DX Mark II in my hands and gave me the opportunity to shoot images to [...]