For the last few years I have been vowing to reduce my workload with regards to underwater shooting. When I do too many sessions things get way too rushed and I fun times in the water give way to many grumpy hours processing the thousands of images. But 2015 is the first year I actually succeeded. In fact, I only held three underwater sessions, and boy-oh-boy did that ever work out better for me.
In the end there were a total of 14 models, which is a very manageable number. At no time over the summer did I get overly backlogged and I was able to turn around the shots in a reasonable time. The big question is, will I remember this valuable lesson by the time the 2016 season rolls around?
Want to see what things looked like this summer?