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Cruising Tips: Take a Better Photograph

How the Pros Take Sailing Photos, On the Water with Onne, 6 Tips for Smarter Smartphone Photography and The Latest and Greatest in Waterproof Cameras.
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Picture This: How the Pros Take Sailing Photos

These days, digital photography makes it so that just about anyone can fancy himself a pro. Still, there’s a big difference between the iPhone photo you shot last Wednesday and the professional image captured from a helicopter using a Nikon D800 at the St. Barth’s Bucket Regatta. We can’t all be professional sailing photographers, but there are plenty of tips from the pros that can improve our everyday photos. (More...)

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Photo Seminar with Onne Van der Wal
For aspiring sailing photographers, an evening shooting photos with Onne is like golfing with Phil Mickelson
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6 Tips for Smarter
Smartphone Photography

Clever tips for using your smartphone's built-in camera to achieve the best possible photos
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The Latest and Greatest
in Waterproof Camera
s

We compare the cost and capabilities of seven popular underwater cameras so you can decide which is best for you
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