17 July 2013

underwater landscape
Rio Olo, Serra do Alvão, Portugal

For a number of reasons, which include the cost of the equipment needed as well as some ignorance of its beauty and photographic potential, fresh water photography may certainly be considered as one of the most neglected areas of the art. Lately I have been exploring some rivers and rivulets in the north of Portugal. I already knew some of them and had always thought them to be idyllic locations, when I watched them from high above. Others, like the present one, I accessed with the help of generous friends and I have yet to regret it…

Nikon D300 + Nikon 10.5mm f2.8 VR + Subal housing ND300
iso 500, 1/8, f8