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

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

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

 

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

 

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

 

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Start off by practicing in a swimming pool

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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
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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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