Katch : Underwater

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Shot my lady a few weeks ago and made some work I’m excited about! If you’re at work or if you’re a prude, maybe don’t keep scrolling, there’s some nudity.

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tip:

I shot these with an Aquatech housing (I've been getting a ton of questions about that) and wanted to share a little general tip for getting particles of whatever (water, dust, etc) to stand out. In the ones here where the backlit air bubbles really pop, the reason they pop is because sun is hitting them but not the background. That lights them up while they're in front of a dark background. Same concept can be used for dust, kicked up dirt, etc. Woohoo, knowledge!
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    Beautiful work! it’s got an eerie feel to it.

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    The under water stuFf came out rad. But for some reason every time i see images underwater all i can think is of nirvana…weird right?!

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    TheSe are gorgeous.that perfect balance of peace and constant motion!

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    These are beautiful! Will you be selling prints?

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    These are stunning Ben! Love seeing your work develop over time. So inspiring!!

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    Ben these are all amazing!! Really enjoyed the weightlessness of eaCh aNd every shot along with the coloring Choice. Keep rocking it man!!

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    These are amazing! That last one is Especially gorgeous amd surreal all at once.

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    So lovely and serene. Beautiful lady.. and beautiful work.

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    these are amazing.. underwater is so challenging, but the rewards are so great.

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    Beautiful work. Thank you for always sharing your explorations. I find it inspiring that you and katch explore through life and photography together.

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    Hi there, I have to say these photographs are beautiful, and extremely inspiring.
    I love the natural high that sets in once you’re tangled in an exploration that is just perfect — From where I’m sitting these pictures seem like they’re just that. Elegant, intentional, quiet/still but still full of motion, they’re stunning.

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    wOW! This is so inspiring ben!

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    These are beautiful! I’ve always wanted to do something SIMILAR but don’t want to invest in such EXPENSIVE housing. Not sure if I trust the cheaper stuff!

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    You truly are creating something new and fresh every time. It is inspiring to see.

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    What are you using to capture the underwater shots?

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