Now, with a brand new bleeding edge camera and housing, you've got more controls, new button/dial layout and throw new strobes and lenses into the mix and your almost starting from scratch again. You're retraining your hands, learning the limits of the lenses and strobes and constantly looking to the housing to see you pressed the right button or dial.
Challenging to say the least and every foray into the water has been yielding better results with every dive. Slowly but surely it is coming together but I think it will take a little more time to get to a point where I'm happy with the shots I'm taking.
Also coupled with this is the fact that I'm only currently shooting in macro just now. Turns out my beloved Ikelite DS160s couldn't be powered by the flash trigger supplied by Nauticam. This meant I had to pick up a couple of Inon Z240s which in turn blew my budget I had set aside for the dome port and collars.
So if anyone wants to donate to a worthy charity (i.e. getting me a dome port) then all donations will be gratefully received. Every sponsor will receive regular updates from my dome port, a colouring book and a signed christmas card from the dome port every year.
P.S. If anyone wants to make an offer on a much loved Sony NEX5n, Nauticam housing, ports, lenses, arms and Ikelite strobes you know where to get hold of me.