Search the Contest

Entries by Category
Entries by Sea
Entries by Country
or enter search text

forum forum Stats Portfolios Annual Medal Winners slide show Annual Medal Winners spam voting policy photo contest RSS feed rules

Weekly Hotshot

Week 27 winner

weekly hotshot click to zoom

by Marivic Maramot

Elegant nudibranch, Olympus Pen Epl1

Monthly Winners

June Winner

monthly hotshot click to zoom

by Penn De Los Santos

Last Month's HotShots...

Hotshot stats...
Upload a Photo

Our UW photo contest is the longest running and most prestigious online. If you want to make a name for yourself this is THE place to do it. See some famous publications about winning photos.

How the Contest Works?

Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Erik Van Doesburg

17 Entries Found
Humongous brain coral at Tobago. Due to strong currents (sometimes as fast as 2 knots) it is virtually impossible to wait for that perfect shot where all the divers line up. Rather pleased with the
Grey reef shark surrounded by triggerfish
Green turtle
To crown a droplet
Largest brain coral in the western hemisphere - Coral Gardens, Speyside, Tobago (Trinidad and Tobago)
The sky is the limit. Coral reaches dramatically towards the surface.
Sealife DC600 with redfilter. postprocessing with photoshop.
Goliath grouper playing peek-a-boo with some goatfish.
Never knew remoras could get so big!
Eye of the hawk
Rather pleased with the result, but can anybody tell me what kind of fish this is? Thnx smile
Lemon shark on the prowl
Full frame Clownfish. Different take on the usual subject.
Kite Runner
Always wanted to capture a fish yawning and finally succeeded!
The famous school of Bohar snappers at Ras Mohammed. I succeeded to get right in the middle of this humongous group.
Sealife DC600 (so even with compact, you can get great pics) photoshop, auto-level/color/contrast
Many people see the underwaterworld as an alien place. With this silhouet the diver comes across as a sinister "War of the worlds-like" preying on an innocent puffer fish.
Nikon D100, Ikelite housing, 1 strobe, Photoshop auto-color/levels/contrast
Olympus Pen1 with Magic Filter. (Undulate) triggerfish swimming in about 12m (40ft) water on the reefs of the Maldives.
17 Entries Found