Underwater Cam Stand
Shooting below the waterline is one of the more difficult filming tasks you can attempt. Underwater enclosures are expensive and generally have to be obtained specifically to fit a particular model of camera. Controlling the camera through the enclosure is not very convenient.
While it doesn’t give you the flexibility of a sealed underwater camera, placing your camera inside a fish tank (see figure 15-1) can allow you to film below the surface of the water. It will even allow you to move from the surface of the water to just below it – a technique used to obtain excellent effect in the classic movie Jaws.
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