Interview with Underwater Photographer Shawn Miller (Podcast 347)

Interview with Underwater Photographer Shawn Miller (Podcast 347)

While in Okinawa for the first in my series of Pixels 2 Pigment workshops, I had the pleasure to meet Shawn Miller, a participant of the workshop, and incredibly talented Underwater Photographer. A few days after the workshop, Shawn agreed to let me interview him for the Podcast, and shared a lot of useful information, tips and tricks for anyone interested in underwater photography.

There are also download and subscription links at the end of the post.

During the workshop, Shawn created a Breathing Color Gallery Wrap of one of his Clown Fish photos, that we’ll look at later. The photo was incredible, and as I have zero experience with this kind of photography, this was a great opportunity to widen the range of the MBP Podcast.

Shawn Miller with Gallery Wrap

Shawn Miller with Gallery Wrap

Here’s Shawn’s Underwater Photography Rig.

Shawn Miller's Underwater Photography Rig

Shawn Miller’s Underwater Photography Rig

And here is Shawn in action under water, in a photograph by Russell Gilbert.

Shawn at Wajee Reef © Russell Gilbert

Shawn at Wajee Reef © Russell Gilbert

This interview was totally unscripted, so there is no manuscript for today’s episode, but here are the photos that we discuss during the interview, starting with a quick photo of Shawn’s underwater housing and strobes etc.

Photo #1 © Shawn Miller

Photo #1 © Shawn Miller

Photo #2 © Shawn Miller

Photo #2 © Shawn Miller

Photo #3 © Shawn Miller

Photo #3 © Shawn Miller

Photo #4 © Shawn Miller

Photo #4 © Shawn Miller

Photo #5 © Shawn Miller

Photo #5 © Shawn Miller

Photo #6 © Shawn Miller

Photo #6 © Shawn Miller

Photo #7 © Shawn Miller

Photo #7 © Shawn Miller

 


Show Notes

Shawn’s Blog: Check back in a few days, as Shawn is just putting this together.

Shawn’s Flickr Stream: http://www.flickr.com/photos/okinawaphotos/

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