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18 May

Gallery: GoPro Hero5 Dome Photos From Sumatra Surf Trip

It is time to post another gallery of over under photos. This time photos come from my recent Sumatra surf trip. I must say that surfing was the main goal of the trip which means two 3-4h surf sessions a day. That left me with like 2% of the day energy supply for things like eating and taking over under photos :)). So these were shot pretty quickly and the conditions were not the best when it comes to water clarity. How clear the water is changed from day-to-day depending on the swell, wind, rain, currents…I guess, I don’t really know. So one day it could be so clear that surfing a wave felt like floating on air just above the coral heads and other days you could not see the toes on your feet when siting on your board. To bad I didn’t score the clear water conditions when I had my Split dome port with me. BTW: if you are interested in what are the best conditions for over under photography and get loads of other tips check out our e-book. Read More

18 Mar

Over-Under Photo Comparison: Split Dome Port vs. Regular GoPro Housing

What are the benefits of using a dome port together with your GoPro camera? The most popular and well-known benefit of a dome port is the ability to take split (over-under, half-half) photos. Photos where half of the photo is underwater and the other half is above it. These photos seem a bit surreal because this is not how we usually see the world with our own eyes. It seems like we are sneaking a peek into another dimension. Read More