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Hinesh PatelFuji F31 & Sony RX100, taking photos for 4 years now. Fave photo dive site has to be Marsa Mubarak in Marsa Alam & Bannerfish Bay in Dahab.United KingdomUnited Kingdom
Alex SuhShark Diver, Amatuer UW Photographer, Travler, Speaker, Venturepreneur, Shark and Ocean Believer My Website
United StatesUnited States
Nuno AlvesRecently bought an Olympus E-PL6 and I'm starting the discover the wonders of underwater photography.My Website
Adrian SlackUsing a cannon G15 with Nauticam housing, Sea & Sea single strobe, Inon wide angle wet lens and Inon +10 macro wet lens. Been taking UW photos for a few years now, but only gotten really in to it the past year - year and a half. I'm a professional diver for a living and been experiencing this beautiful world below the waves and everything it has to offer for the past 20 years.My Website
United KingdomUnited Kingdom
John ParkerI'm John and I am from Mansfield in the UK. I have been diving for over 20 years and have had a camera of various sorts for a number of years. I mainly dive outside of the UK now but spent many years owning a RIB and diving the UK from the South Coast to the North West Of Scotland. I now shoot with my Aquatica Nikon D7200 system whenever I can.United KingdomUnited Kingdom
Francis Lauwhat u/w camera you use? Canon G12 --> Nikon D800E how long u/w photographer? 3 years where's your fave photo dive site? Sipadan, Lembeh Strait My Website
Hong KongHong Kong
PARNUPONG NORASETHKAMOLI'm a fulltime underwater videographer/photographer work on liveaboard in Indonesia.ThailandThailand
Gio BertiCanon Powershot A 95 - A 640 - A 520 - A 570 IS - G 12/ 3 years/ Red SeaMy Website
Alex MitchellSony RX100 in Nauticam housing.SingaporeSingapore
Wisnu SulistioSony RX100 with nauticam housing, Z240 strobes, and subsee+10IndonesiaIndonesia
Lorenzo MittigaItalian 1969. Professional Photographer/ Videographer and Marine Biologist based in Bonaire Island, Netherland Antilles. Main Awards: DPG wide angle ph contest June 2013; National Geographic 2013; Oasis photo contest Honorable mention UW cat.; Winner Smithsonian Photo contest 2014 Cat.Natural world;5th placed World shootout Underwater Photo contest grand prix 2015; HIPA International Photo Contest Finalist; RedBullIllume 2016 finalist. Lorenzo is clearly a meticulous executor of his craft. Focusing on capturing that moment when time, space and subject synthesize into a compositional cohesion, he prides himself on creating visually melodic expressions of instances captured. In his split shots in particular, the drama of his vision comes together in the portrayal of two worlds seemingly unattached and unknowing of one another.My Website
jeff maNikon D3300 ikeliteUnited StatesUnited States
Samantha MorganOlympus OM-D E-M1 with Nuaticam housing. I have been a photographer for 8 Years, Underwater for 3 years. Im loving what Cayman Islands has to offer at the moment.Cayman islandsCayman islands
Ponnie JCurrently just started going into Mirrorless =) Oly-OMD EM1. Been diving since late 2011.. still a newbie! Camera : Olympus OMD EM1 Lens : Zuiko 60 mm, Pana fisheye 8 mm, Pana Macro 45 mm Diopters : Subsee +10 Strobes : Sea&Sea YS-D1 x 2My Website
Ludovic GALKO-RUNDGRENDiving since 1994, started with a NikV, shooting UW dSLR since 2007 with Canon housed by Subal or currently Nauticam. Love South East Asia, esp Indonesia and the Phils.FranceFrance
Annette KirchgessnerCannon G11 and underwater housing Nikon Coolpix underwater camera 2 years St. KittsUnited StatesUnited States
Arno EnzoD800 / Ikelite Housing.My Website
Fernando RobledanoNikon D300s and Nikon D800My Website
Tristan StaffordSea&Sea2G with Macro Lens plus a YS-110 Single Strobe. Blue Magic in central Raja Ampat.My Website
United KingdomUnited Kingdom
patrik engstromUsing a Canon G7, for the moment diving Malta been all over the world as a professional scuba instructor. I love beautiful UW photos but for me its more important with the big picture not the ultra super focused macro taken with super expensive gear. You can have a winner even with a 2-3 megapixel camera if you find the right moment, maybe not super professional when it comes to quality but its the moment and the BIG PICTURE that counts...My opinion. So Girls and Gents just click away....My Website
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