If you're reading this, then chances are you have a housing for your camera to bring it under water. But if you do not do it, do not worry. With only $ 10 and a bit of ingenuity, you too can immerse yourself in the world of underwater photography.
The video bloggers of "I Did A Thing" have published a how-to video for the construction of an underwater periscope device. In total, the device costs only $ 10 and consists of PVC pipe, an elbow joint, a frame and an economic mirror. Although simple in theory, the device is quite effective in using a topside camera to take pictures and videos under water.
"The device worked much better than I thought and produced decent enough videos and images," Alex of I Did A Thing told PetaPixel.
To be honest, these fairly decent results enter a still pond and not open water. To take pictures in the open sea (anything below a foot or two) we strongly recommend putting the camera in a housing and not doing it …