Weekly Underwater Hot Shot – Week 43 by YUPING CHEN

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Congratulations to YUPING CHEN for achieving a weekly hotshot status with his recent competition entry.

Diving In the Light/ Cenote diving, Tulum, Mexico. Canon 5D MarkIII, 16-35mm, F,1/125,ISO1000.

Judged by IRWIN ANG who says:

Beautiful ray lighting together with diver and freediving, Make the photo looks amazing.

YUPING CHEN
I started diving in 2009, and was so attracted by the magnificent and colorful underwater world.In the autumn of 2012, some underwater photographer friends encouraged me to take UW photographing seriously. I bought a new camera — Panasonic GX1…Then in the spring of 2014, got my first DSLR camera, Canon 5D markIII. I love to capture the beauty of marine creatures and share my images to others, let more and more people fall in love with the ocean, promote the idea of marine conservation.
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Tal Mor

I am 31 years old, diving since I was 15 and shooting underwater in the last 6 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 6 years, I dived in many places: Red Sea, Mediterranean, 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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