Weekly Underwater Hot Shot – Week 2 by Steven Miller

Every week, a weekly winner is chosen by one of our judges and is displayed throughout the whole week at the top of the contest page. The judges take turns weekly and have the freedom to choose any entry to be the weekly winner.For a chance to feature as a weekly winner upload your best photos here.

Congratulations to Steven Miller for achieving a weekly hotshot status with his recent competition entry.

Wakatobi Cuttlefish

Judged by Peet J van Eeden who says:

Steven,

I like the face to face approach to this cuttlefish -you can also make eye contact with it. The vivid colors stand out from the surrounding. it is also unusual to the cuttlefish I know.
Well done.

Steven Miller
I’ve been shooting since 1976, and currently use a Canon SL-1, Eos 50D, and a Canon 5D Mark2 camera, with Ikelite housings and strobes. Wakatobi is my favorite place to dive, but I enjoy shooting in my Natural swimming pool in Ohio too. I am a contributing writer/photographer to Blue Magazine, a Guest Experience Manager for Wakatobi Dive Resort, and an Ambassador for Ikelite Underwater Systems.
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Tal Mor

I am 36 years old, diving since I was 15 and shooting underwater in the last 10 years. I am the Co-Founder of Mozaik Underwater Cameras , one of the leading underwater photography stores in the world.

I am originally a web developer and programmer and specialize in Internet marketing.

In the past 20 years, I dived in many places: Red Sea, Mediterranean, Thailand, The Maldives, Florida, Bahamas, Turks and Caicos and others.. I was lucky enough to dive with all the latest equipment, that includes high end compacts, Mirrorless, DSLR's, almost every strobe in the market and many different lenses and accessories.
I helped and advised thousands of underwater photographers from beginners to the most professional.
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