In June I got one of those awesome client requests for a job with my favorite photographer Ty Milford to photograph a swimmer executing a racing start dive into a pool. For this job we shot the Nikon D810, the highest resolution 35mm camera available at the time, in an aquatica housing with a 16-35mm lens, and sync out to our profoto bi-tube providing our key light.
Shooting underwater is something that a digitech is rarely involved in, since water is pretty much an anathema to most forms of high technology. Nonetheless, accurate color must be achieved.
Check out the team reviewing the shots on the digiliner and see the final tear after the break, there are also a lot more Intel tear sheets in the work section of this site.