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David Doubilet images and thoughts on digital at NYT Lens Blog  
Wednesday, April 25, 2012 | by Eamon Hickey
The New York Times Lens blog today features a slideshow of amazing images by underwater photography master and longtime National Geographic shooter David Doubilet. Embedded in the post -- albeit at disappointingly small size -- are a few additional remarkable images. 

The post also contains some brief comments by Doubilet on the advantages of shooting digital underwater, which include better low-light performance and the ability to capture a greater color spectrum than was possible with film. 

Several years ago, we published a profile of another accomplished underwater photographer, Alex Mustard, who explained in detail the hows and whys of these and other improvements that digital photography brought to the underwater photographer's very specialized trade. 

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