Every time I get in the water there’s a risk that my housing can flood and cause irreparable damage to my camera.
As with any new piece of equipment I like to spend enough time using it so that when it comes time for a commercial job I am familiar with the issues and know how to overcome them.
I recently bought an Aquatech underwater housing for my 5D Mark III. I spent a lot of time researching the system but what I couldn’t find in my research was practical advice on what would be the best camera settings before I locked it away in the housing.
We sold our house! This marks an end of an era. This house could be considered Studio Espinoza 4.0 and with each new studio space I learn and create a space that works better than the last.
Call it what you will; test shoots, trade, TFP, TFCD, barter, working for free…. I will always make time to shoot personal work.
When I shot this photo. I was working for free. Seth painted the wall for free. I paid for the supplies and installed the wall, for free. Seth used his own paint. Seth painted the wall on a separate occasion from the shoot. I shot and edited the video for free. Kyara was paid, but if this were a circus she would have been paid in peanuts.