Ferris Bueller once said, “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” Once we finally do open our eyes, we’re often hard-pressed to disagree.
There’s this hidden veil between worlds that most people will tragically never be aware of – at the very least, they’ll settle for merely being told of it or seeing its telltale border in illuminating photographs such as this captivating set. Depicting that remarkable natural nexus betweent he surface world and the vastness beneath a body of water’s surface takes a certain practiced knack for “over-under” photography. It’s a world apart from composing and taking quality underwater photos, but so very worth it.
For starters, wait for ideal calm water conditions with the clearest visibility possible (a large glass dome over the camera helps) and bright light. Second, find some interesting subject that’s partially above and below the water line. When you finally get and take your shot, rapid-fire with a fast shutter speed and small aperture.
There you have it! You’ve now very personally acknowledged that fragile, thin passage that separates Aquaman smiling and waving above and flipping you a very uncouth “This is for making me look like an ass-hat on ‘Super-Friends’, surface-dweller!” Atlantean finger beneath.
Source – Bored Panda