8.00" x 5.50"
10.00" x 7.50"
Undercover Art Print
by Lynne Browne
Undercover by Lynne Browne - 8" x 5.5"
Luster Photo Paper
Rolled in a Tube
Undercover art print by Lynne Browne. Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
This photo demonstrates several differences between photos taken while free diving as I do, and photos taken on a dive. First, is the difference in... more
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This photo demonstrates several differences between photos taken while free diving as I do, and photos taken on a dive. First, is the difference in light. This photo uses natural light, whereas most dive photos are taken with a flash. Second, this photo is a landscape featuring a fish (in this case a foureye butterflyfish), whereas most dive photos are macro's with the fish in focus and the background blurred out. And, third this photo was taken while I was actively swimming towards the coral and fish, whereas a diver is usually stationary waiting at or near the bottom for the fish to approach a coral head or other object the diver has selected for their background.
About Lynne Browne
I tried snorkeling on a trip to Hawaii and immediately was hooked on coral reefs. When I returned home, I signed up for scuba certification classes and found out that for medical reasons I could never be certified. Undaunted, I continued snorkeling and became a proficient free diver. I introduced my husband, Terry Melius (also a Fine Art America member), to snorkeling in 2000 and we've been snorkeling together ever since. In 2006 we purchased our first underwater cameras and began taking underwater photographs. Our first attempts at underwater photography were disappointing and we soon realized that we had much to learn. Taking photos while free diving is very challenging because the water, the subjects, and the photographer are all...
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