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Hi,

Well, I am enjoying your photos! Depending on the kind of camera you have, it’s possible to set it to shoot several photos with differing exposures.

Or you can use Photoshop post-dive. But be warned: once you start playing, you can drive yourself crazy!

Joe
 

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July 11, 2020. The City of Houston was a passenger steamship that sank in a storm in 1878. She sits 49 miles offshore of Wrightsville Beach, NC in 95 feet of water.. I have been trying to get to this wreck the last 3-4 years and it always gets blown out. It's a long ways out and they don't make many trips there.
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Anyone know what brand of Fins these are on the bottom photo. I have been home-making what I call "Scoop Fins" with that type of blade for decades. Now, it appears that someone is actually manufacturing them.

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River diving in the Clackamas River at High Rocks, Gladstone, Oregon last Tuesday (July 7th, 2020).

The last photo shows my home-made "Scoop Fins." They are from a Mares fin, but the foot pocket has distorted and so it is difficult to get them on and off.

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