|Born in Tokyo, Japan in 1988. Father is French, mother is Japanese. Moved to Paris shortly after birth and grew up French. After working as a diving instructor in Okinawa, he spent two years in Australia on a working holiday. After gaining experience as a guide on local dive cruises, he decided to travel around Australia before returning to Japan, bought a car and a camera, and devoted himself to photography. After returning to Japan, he worked as a freelance photographer around the world, shooting promotional videos and advertising photos for travel agencies and government tourism offices.|
|●SEA&SEA housing from the first one.|
I have been using SEA&SEA products since around 2015 when I got my first DSLR for underwater photography. At that time, I used an MDX-D800 and two YS-D2s to go shooting around the world.
I admired many underwater photographers who were using SEA&SEA housings.
|●Love the "Dome Port 210AR".|
I have been using the "Dome Port 210AR" for about 2 years now and I like it very much.
I often took backlit photos when shooting wide-angle, and I had a problem with the lens of the camera body reflecting internally on the port. Since I started using this AR coated port, there is no internal reflection and I am now able to take ideal photographs.
The photo of a green turtle heading toward the light at dusk taken on Hachijojima Island was also backlit. I was worried about the internal reflection, but I think I was able to shoot because of the AR coating that has an anti-reflective inner surface.
In order to take an ideal picture, all conditions such as transparency, light, and encountering turtles must be matched. Even if you are able to take a well-timed shot, it will be ruined if the text on the lens is reflected in the image. The fact that I was able to shoot without having to worry about such things was thanks to this dome port.