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The Underwater Photo Contest

Our underwater photography contest is the Worlds largest - online or off! We have more u/w photos in one place than anywhere else online!

The contest is organized into weekly and monthly 'hotshots'. At the end of the year we also have annual awards, which are the highlight of the underwater photographer's calendar.


Mathieu Foulquié
Silver Medal Winner By Mathieu Foulquié
Shane Gross
Bronze Medal Winner By Shane Gross
Giuseppe Piccioli
Gold Medal Winner By Giuseppe Piccioli
Christian Vizl
Gold Medal Winner By Christian Vizl
Helen Brierley
Gold Medal Winner By Helen Brierley
Alp Baranok
Gold Medal Winner By Alp Baranok
Francesco Pacienza
Silver Medal Winner By Francesco Pacienza
Allen Walker
Silver Medal Winner By Allen Walker
Jeremy Axworthy
Gold Medal Winner By Jeremy Axworthy
Leena Roy
Gold Medal Winner By Leena Roy

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Contest entries
A colorful marine flatworm
By Jeff Lafrenz
posted 17:25 CST Today (3 hours ago)
found thsi almost transparent littel fish in the weeds at the end of a dive on Rooneys  Sodwana.  I initially thought it was a pipe fish but is was too small to see. Only when  processing the pictures  could I see that it was a small trumpetfish.
By Chris Pienaar
posted 15:10 CST Today (5 hours ago)
This is coral close up made with a 60mm Nikon lens. Thank to the closeness the image has an artistic  landscapish  look.

Nikon D610  Nikkor 60mm f2.8
Hugyfot housing and two Sea Sea YS D2 strobes
By Marina Kudrya
posted 13:48 CST Today (7 hours ago)
 Koi carp in a dressing gown
By Kenny Schneider
posted 10:54 CST Today (10 hours ago)
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By Niky Šímová
posted 09:28 CST Today (11 hours ago)
The action heats up at Tiger Beach starting with the Lemon Sharks.
By Steven Anderson
posted 09:01 CST Today (11 hours ago)
Take me to the Contest!

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