A few days ago I was diving with my godson in the Lake of Neuchatel, together with a dive guide. My godson had to improve his dive skills, and I was just enjoying to dive without a camera. Anyway, the visibility was really bad.
Bad visibility? What means that for a photographer? Was this murky water not something like for example a misty day in a forest? You guess it, the next day I went to the lake with an underwater camera. My godson continued his dive lessons with the guide, and I went to the shallower parts of the lake, full of aquatic plants.
An indeed, it was exactly like on a misty day in the woods. The reduced visibility created magical underwater landscapes by hiding the background. So that was a good lesson: In photography, never complain about bad conditions, see it as a challenge to make good images.
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