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MemberProfileWebsiteCountryPortfolio
Vicki SarverOlympus 350 Ikelite Housing with Dual StrobesUnited StatesUnited States
 
Cal Romaneschiu/w camera-Nikonos 3 Living in Valparaiso, IN. 21 years as u/w photographer Barkley Sound on Vancouver Is. BC is my favorite dive siteMy Website
United StatesUnited States
 
Arnaud HeymannNikon D70SwitzerlandSwitzerland
 
Michael CanzonieroMike, from NY. Im a clinical psychologist and amateur photographer. Ive been taking U/W photos for about ten years. Ive been to Cayman countless times and still love it, but Ive also done the big ones:PNG, the Red Sea, the Coral Sea... I would have to say my favorite place is Wakatobi, in Indonesia. Last few years I have been digitalized. I recently moved up to a Canon digital rebel in an Ikelite housing and have been delighted with the results, especially my macro photos (using compact 50mm lens). I love this site and am always impressed by the quality of photos displayed!My Website
United StatesUnited States
 
Craig MontgomeryDigital - Canon G9 with Sea & Sea YS-110. Northern California, NAUI instructor. 20 yrs u/w photography. over 40 yrs diving experience. Favorite photo dive site - Philippines.United StatesUnited States
 
John DillonNikon D70S - Sea and Sea housing strobes and additonal forced purchase of interface device to make camera and strobes compatible despite initial brochure information. Many delays and issues with equipment during the nearly7 years of owbership. Although camera OK. Very frustrating. Even now command gear drive idle gear broke in half and was stiff and only worked in one direction from early use of this control which was after a few years ago in any case. Running on manual with only sub command set to aperture control and no operation of main command dial. AGAIN awaiting this time replacement failed gear drive Previously used Ikelite camera over approx 5 years. Best photo sites to date in Similan Islands Richelieu Rock recently first time success in nearly 7 years of more than 1 consecutive dive with no major additional problems apart from above. More details available if you wish!!ThailandThailand
 
Shawn Rener8 yrs, 32 Dive Trips, at least 26,000 deleted pictures....... Started with Cannon A40 Powershot in a Canon housing. Moved on to the Sealife DC500, DC600, Sea & Sea 1G then the 2G with duel YS 27 strobes. Recently shooting various Micro 4/3's cameras, primarily Olympus E-PL1 for U/W.My Website
United StatesUnited States
 
Fiona AyerstI currently use a Nikon D800 and a nauticam housing. I have been a U/W photographer for 12 years and turned pro in 2006. I will dive and take photos ANYWHERE and in anything. there is always something to take a great photo of!My Website
South AfricaSouth Africa
 
Mark HoevenaarsOriginally born in the Netherlands, I've lived in Orlando, Florida since 2000. I started underwater photography in 2005 with a simple point-and-shoot camera which slowly evolved into a full-blown addiction... errr... hobby. I upgraded in 2009 to a Nikon D90 in an Aquatica AD90 housing. I have two strobes, both Sea & Sea, a YS-250PRO and a YS-110a on Ultralight arms. To assist in focusing I have a Light & Motion Sola 600 Focus light. My favorite type of UW photography is Macro, because I love to hunt the little critters which brings me to me love of Muck diving. Muck and Macro go hand in hand very well! I shoot a little bit of wide-angle and recently purchased the Tokina 10-17mm Fish-eye which I truly love as well. Despite all the camera gear I still consider myself very much an amateur who gets a lucky shot once in a while. I play with my manual settings a lot to try out different things. When I'm not diving I spend a lot of time reading up on how to best hone my skills.United StatesUnited States
 
Annika PerssonSwedish Underwater photographer and Scuba Diving instructor living in Norway. I have been taking photos for 6 years. My favourite place is Indonesia. I also enjoy the diving in Norway very much. After more than 2000 dives in both tropical and cold waters, I'm still impressed by the range of facinating animals and creatures that are available for us to see and photograph under water.My Website
NorwayNorway
 
Rand McmeinsHome: Seattle, Washington Favortie dive sites: Lembeh, Ningaloo Reef, Port Hardy, Bonaire and always looking for someplace new to dive. Photo gear: Nikon D2x, Subal Housing, Inon strobes. 7 years Shooting U/W.My Website
United StatesUnited States
 
Michael SchlenkStarted in 2004 with a POS disposable film camera. Was able to get 2 or 3 decent shots and it was all down hill from there. Purchased an Olympus 5060 and Ikelite housing with Ikelite strobe. From there moved on to DSLR, first with a Canon XTi and now with a Canon 5D Mark II. Currently my Canon is housed in an Ikelite housing with dual Ikelite 161 strobes.United StatesUnited States
 
Nick HobgoodI presently use an Olympus E-330 in an Olympus housing accompanied by by two DS-125 strobes. U/W photo hobbyist for 2 years now. After diving in Darwin-Australia, Haiti, USVI, California, Bunaken- Indonesia, and KohTao-Thailand, East Timor is my favorite place to dive.My Website
HaitiHaiti
 
Michael CupoloUsing an canon 60DUnited StatesUnited States
 
Adrian NewellPhotos taken in the Red Sea using Nikon 8700United KingdomUnited Kingdom
 
Dennis SiauIm from Singapore, developed an interest in underwater photography after diving for a couple of years. Started off with a Canon A40, Sea & Sea 25DX and 3X Macro lense (lost that during a trip to Sipadan, East Malaysia, sigh). Am currently using a Canon A80 but have dreams of the Canon 400D, unfortunately the housing cost twice as much as the camera! Anyway, I always look forward to exchanging thoughts with photographers and like-minded people.SingaporeSingapore
 
Michael ShopeIn 1986 I was certified to dive and it has been one of my passions ever since. In 1996 I began to take pictures with a Sea & Sea MM II. I have been addicted to underwater photography ever since. In 2005 I went digital. I now shoot with a Canon 20D in an Ikelite housing. To help fund my diving and underwater photography addiction I work about three jobs. One of which is teaching SCUBA.United StatesUnited States
 
Skinonimus UwBody: Canon 10D Lenses: Sigma 15mm, 1:2.8 EX / 12 -24 wide zoom Strobe: Ikelite 125 Housing: SealuxMy Website
IsraelIsrael
 
Dray Van BeeckI*ve been a PADI Scuba instructor for 14 years now. I work the last 6 years on a liveaboard for Blue O Two on the Red sea in Egypt. Been photographing since 8 years. Since 2006 with the Nikon D80 in Ikelite housing with 2x DS125 Ikelite strobes. And since 2008 with the Nikon D300 with Hugyfot housing Inon and Ikelite strobes. Together with Jeroen we started an under water photography site with info 6 years ago. www.aqualifeimages.com We are still looking for more pics and new photographers to participate.My Website
NetherlandsNetherlands
 
Dan ShippCanon D500 with sea&sea housing, sigma wide angle & cannon macro. Plus some crappy strobe i should upgrade so I hardly ever use... I am still simply in awe of some of the shots on this site. One day Daniel... Favourtie spot has to be Galapagos, naturally. Worst moment? Sizing up a sunfish in my viewfinder, and then noticing a bubble drift upwards inside my housing - in Galapagos. No more camera for that trip! Silfra crack in Iceland also has a special place in my memoriesUnited KingdomUnited Kingdom
 
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