When you start diving, you quickly realize that the underwater atmosphere is really special. It's like you're jumping into another planet. The luminosity is often low, the blue more or less dense. Depending on the depth or nature of the background, this feeling of unknown and greatness evolves. Wide angle seascape photography is supposed to be more difficult than macro photography. That is not my opinion. Maybe because I love it! In this discipline, learning to balance the natural light with the artificial light of underwater strobes is particular interesting. It is the conjugation between these two sources of lights and a good composition that will make a good seascape picture. You can find many subjects related to underwater photo techniques in my blog. Although the theory is important, it is still necessary to have beautiful subjects to put on your foreground.