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Tim Peters Fish-eye PhotoBonaire, Netherlands AntillesMy Website
Netherlands AntillesNetherlands Antilles
Beverly SpeedI live in Fort Myers, FL, USA, with 5 birds and a husband who generously supports my passion for diving and photography. My first UW photo, an eye of a Scorpionfish, was taken with a Nikonos III in the early 1990*s, and from that point forward, I was hooked (parden the pun). My digital days began in late 2004 with a Nikon D70, Aquatica housing, and dual Inon Z220s strobes.My Website
United StatesUnited States
Rick TegelerUntil late 2004 I used 2 separate housed Nikons Fs (yep, thats correct - Fs) in Niko Mar III housings: 24mm, 55mm and assorted. Assorted strobes. Now a D100 and D7000 - assorted lenses/strobes. Also usually carry a Nikonos II (a classic!) with a 15mm lens slung around my neck - just in case! Diving for 45 years - well in excess of 10,000 dives. I've dived just about everywhere within the band of Tropics and have had the good fortune over the years to be the "first" in many (now) well-known dive destinations. Check my website out for more details. Current favorite spot - PNG. Bought a bit land on the the remotest part of remote New Ireland from a local chief for a boat, two pigs and some shell money and dive my brains out there once a year for over a month. Decompress by visiting Walindi, Loloata and Tufi. PNG is "IT" IMHO. I currently live in British Columbia, Canada enjoying the best of both worlds - Sea and Mountains. . I have been taking u/w images since the late 1960s.My Website
Sergio LoppelNikonos and UW 15 mm.ItalyItaly
Duncan MurrellI'm from the UK but Puerto Princesa in Palawan, the Philippines has been my second home for nearly ten years. I went on the very first whale shark trip in Honda Bay in 2007, and have since been regularly involved with helping to promote the trips somewhere that is not as widely known as other locations, but provides perfect opportunities and conditions for photography.My Website
United KingdomUnited Kingdom
Ian PalmerI have been diving since May 1990 and most of my dives have been in the UK,Malta and the Red Sea. One of my favourite dive sites is the Blue Hole on Gozo and another is Cirkewwa reef on Malta. The cameras I use are: Olympus u700/C5050WZ/C5000Z digitals, Lenses: Epoque & Inon and my Strobes are Sea&Sea & EpoqueUnited KingdomUnited Kingdom
Sam TaylorThe Fleet photo/video pro for Mike Ball Dive Expeditions in Australia & PNG. I've been lucky enough to get paid to take pictures of fish all over Asia pacific & beyond. I shoot the old faithful Nikonos 5 with all the bells & whistles, a Sony vx1000 & Amphibico housing & a Nikon D-70 in an Aquatica housing amung others. Been into photo work now for over 10 years. The best diving I've found thus far is a split decision between Yap, Palau & PNG...too tough to call.AustraliaAustralia
Brett StanleyCanon 1D mark 2, 15mm f2.8 fish eye, 17-35mm f2.8, 28-70mm f2.8, 70-200mm f2.8, 600mm f4. Been shooting since 1989 mainly surfing and extreme sports. Some main stream sports also. Best palce ever shot was Teahupoo in TahitiAustraliaAustralia
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