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Debra BurnsworthCanon A610 with a Canon housing. Been doing UW photos for 2 years. Am currently living in the Marshall Islands so that is where I am photographing.United StatesUnited States
Aidan WaterburyI use a Sealife reefmaster mini, and am relatively new at photoraphy.United StatesUnited States
brendon bainesCanon g9United Arab EmiratesUnited Arab Emirates
Alex SaywellSony RX 100, dual YSD1 strobe, fish eye & +14 inon diopterUnited KingdomUnited Kingdom
Jon PaggioliNikon D3000, Nikon D5000, Nikon D7000 whatever it is i seem to be using, In no way am I a professional, I like to share my work with people sometimes, My eye works different than most, so while criticism can be helpfull I know what I like and typically keep it that way.....United StatesUnited States
Michael ReillyNikon D-100 with Light & Motion Titan D100 Housing. U/W Photographer for 3 years. Favorate spots, Red Sea and Maldives.My Website
Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia
Robin NagyI am from the UK originally, lived in Thailand for 5 years and now live in Sydney, Australia. I am a secondary school teacher with a passion for wildlife, especially underwater megafauna. I have been diving since 1997, taking underwater photos since 1999 and bought my first (and current) digital SLR housing in January 2007. My rig is a Canon 400D with a 10bar housing, separate housing for my Canon Speedlite 580EX flashgun and an Inon 240 sub-strobe. I use TTL to trigger both flashes and everything on Manual (including both strobes). I use two hi-intensity LED focus lamps which also attracts marine-life. I use a diffuser on the sub-strobe if I get very close to my subjects - sometimes this is a plastic bag when I cannot find the proper diffuser (which also attracts megafauna to the camera as it looks like a jellyfish!). Best dive site - South West Rocks and Solitary Islands, NSW, Australia.My Website
Antonio ImperioNikon D60 custodia Nimar flash nikonos sb 105My Website
Neil SkillingI currently use an Olympus SP350 and an Inon strobe. I've been taking U/W photos in tropical waters for about 3 years but just started last year in the temperate waters of the UK since buying the strobe. Like many other photographers agree, Lembeh Strait in Indonesia is hard to beat if macro is your thing.United KingdomUnited Kingdom
James DawsonCanon G9 with Ikelite DS51 Strobe. Dive guide in Egypt with blue o two safari company. Back taking photos again since Aug-08 after a couple of years off due to flooding and work obligations.My Website
Mohammed Al HamoodOlympus C-8080Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia
Erick HigueraNikon D70 6 years Socorro´s Islands, Guadalupe Island and Sea of Cortés My favorite dive site is Socorro's Islands, MexicoMexicoMexico
luigi de baccoMy uw camera is a nikon D100 with housing. I started to shot with a nikonos 4A 12 years ago. My favourite dive site is Venezuela Los RoquesItalyItaly
Yin Sern LimGear: Nikon D300 (Sea&Sea MDX-300) YS-90DX & YS-110 Started diving in 1992 and took up underwater photography in 1999. The D300 is my fourth upgrade. Hoping to pick up some serious knowledge on this site and hopefully take better photos.MalaysiaMalaysia
Andrea LughiI actually use a Nikon D2H in Subal HousingMy Website
patricia beckernewbee less than one year, california, diving for 9yr, fav photo dive site is malaga cove, pv coastline. ya never know what your ganna get. use a point and shoot sea &sea, dx750-g with a small strobe all my gear has ben discontenued!!! finding new parts sucks!!!United StatesUnited States
Mauro De RinaldisI use CANON IXUS 70! I am amateur and I photograph only in apnea!Italia Salento!ItalyItaly
Andrew MacLeodAndrew uses and Casio Exilim ZX1200 compact camera underwater and a Nikon D300 on land... He has really only started underwater photography in the last few months as his job takes him to the Philippines (he has been a land based photography enthusiast for a couple of years). Andrew MacLeod is a Senior Adviser on Disaster Management for the United Nations. He is a trained lawyer and has run high level humanitarian teams under great pressure to deliver results in the most arduous of circumstances, crossing cultures, borders and front lines of battle. Most recently Andrew played a key coordination role as Chief of Operations for the UN’s Emergency Coordination Centre in the international response to the Pakistan Earthquake and is now in charge of humanitarian response in hte Philippines. He has been awarded several decorations by different governments including the Humanitarian Overseas Service Medal by Australia, and the Silver Medal for Humanity in the Balkans.My Website
william messrutherSea and Sea 1G Sea and Sea YS 110 strobe United Arab EmiratesUnited Arab Emirates
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