Glow in the dark underwater photography

Tool For My Florescent Images

Salam and Good day,

Few friend had asking me on how do i take the florescent photo. I want to share the tool im using. Ican just refer them to here later hehehehe.. (malas nak ckp ulang2 hehehe)

For more information about the filter please check http://www.nightsea.com

Now my hand very itchy to get 58mm yellow filter hehehehe

My Filter Set (From left to right)

The filter set(From Left to Right)

1. Yellow filter – attached to camera. use to correct blue light and turn coral to floresent

2. Blue filter – Attached to strobe or torch light. just with blue filter we can see some glowing coral

3. UV Filter – the C-lite underwater torch light filter size. if we want to see the effect under UV light. But my strobe not power full enough to try this

4. Mask filter. – work same as No 1. but for our the diving mask. to correct our eye. I can see everything glow in the dark with this heheheh 🙂

Yellow filter attached to camera housing. But i found the stripe a bit arritating. Need to do some adjustment later
Blue Filter on my strobe light
Side view of my strobe light with blue filter(blue filter already customize to DS-125 size)
Blue Filter.. very simple yeah.. but it cost USD 150.. ouchh
UV Filter
This how to attached yellow filter to diving mask

With all this filter set. I think it will going to cost us around USD 600..ouchh.. vely vely expensive lor

Btw i like to thanks to Jolyn (Marine Researcher from Singapore) for giving me this set for FREE hehehe..

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Atikah says:

    Salam Nazir,
    Murah rezeki… dpt FREE tu… saya nk free diving boleh?? hehehe

  2. rezeki says:

    salam bung

    bapak tgk filternye aje udh pening , belum menyelam lagi hehe

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