Weekly Underwater Hot Shot – Week 3 by Beate Seiler

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Congratulations to Beate Seiler for achieving a weekly hotshot status with his recent competition entry.

Batfish Parade at Pintuyan housereef

Judged by Peet J van Eeden who says:

Perfect lighting and sharp focus. Good grouping and but still a unit with a black background. Good eye contact between the fishes and the photographer.

Beate Seiler
I was certified in 1995 on Maui/Hawaii and I started with UW/Photography at WAKATOBI in 2004.
I do also cold water /Drysuit Diving.
I like all the different dive spots like Bonaire, Hawaii , Mediterranian sea , Red sea, SulawesiSea and the Bali Sea and of course our Freshwater lakes in Germany!

My first camera equipment was a Canon S70 and a Canaon housing WPDC 40, with a macro lens and Inon Strobe Z240.
Then I switched to a Canon G12 with a Recsea housing.
Currently I’m using a Sony RX100 IV with a Nauticam housing and 2 Inon strobe Z240

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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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