these groundbreaking photos show two worlds in one - dome camera housing
On our planet, a thin layer of molecules separates the two worlds: the bottom of the sea and the things above.
Photographer David Doubilet has formed these different universes in his fascinating "excesses"under" images.
The idea began with childhood memories, says Doubilet.
He was in Elberon, New Jersey, waving in a mask in the Atlantic Ocean, watching the fish swim under the water, and the lifeguard waved to him to leave the water.
He began to develop photography equivalent to the 1970 s.
He was inspired by an underwater camera shell called the eye of the ocean, which was invented by National Geographic photographer Bates litterles and optical engineer gormer McNeil.
"Their invention gave me the ability to use super
Wide angle lens behind the large plexiglass dome to perfect excessive technology
"Under the image," said Doubilet.
His first publication, National Geographic.
On Loch Ness, Scotland, on June 1977, there were two divers under Urquhart Castle. (
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He pointed out that the ocean covers more than 70% of our planet, however, so many people can never see things below the surface.
He said: "I want to create a window that leads to the sea and allows people to see how their world is connected to another life --
Keep the world hidden beyond their sight