Underwater photography is more difficult than regular photography because it requires special equipment in addition to specialized cameras. These requirements prove to be very costly, more so than for traditional photography, for photographers. It can also be said that underwater photography requires a particular physical individual strength of the photographer as swimming and scuba diving are not uncommon.
In addition to requiring different equipment, because normal photography equipment would be destroyed it it were underwater, underwater photography is difficult because water can distort the images. Water can fade the color of the target, as well as the sharpness and contrast in the photo. You also have to be comfortable floating in one place and keeping the camera steady when you take the photo to avoid blurriness.
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