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Donato MargapotiCanon G9 with Canon WP-DC21, flash sea&sea ys-110.ItalyItaly
Dave BaxterI got serious about U/W photos about 2 years ago - my 1st DSLR was a Nikon D50 in Ikelite housing , which lasted those 2 years until the need to improve the MP count as well as FPS count got too great (D50 is a 6mp camera) - hence I have upgraded to a Nikon D300s in aquatica housing in March 2010 I have the following lenses 10.5mm, 10-17mm, 60mm and a 105mm I dive the temperate waters around Western Australia -traveling once a year to a tropical location for fantastic creatures and warm water ;-) I really enjoy the stress of temperate macro work -its a challenge .My Website
Sung-Chul ChoI am a Korean livin' Jeju island, Korea I use Olympus E-400 with PT-E03 And two Sea&Sea YS-120My Website
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joseph azzopardiI have canon 30D with Ikelite housing and Ikelite strobe DS 125. I've been shoting photos for these last two years. I took photos in our seas around Malta exp: zurrieq, cirkewwa, l'apsi and much more sites.MaltaMalta
Andrea SeverinoI am currently using an Olympus EPL1 with UFL2 strobe or Sea&Sea 110alpha. Still love the Sea&Sea DX1G and 19mm wide angle... Favorite photo dives in Fiji with Matagi resort in Taveuni also Manihi Polynesia with Sharks and Mantas' dances and of course Tavolara in Sardinia ITALY with colorful gorgonia ans friendly groupers...My Website
Roland LimOlympus E510, Ikelite housing, Olympus 50mm Macro and 8mm Fisheye, ULCS arms, dual INON Z240 strobes, been doing u/w photography for past 2 years. Favorite photo dive site is Bali.MalaysiaMalaysia
stephen carrok, i`v been diving for 15 years but only just started to use a camera, its Olympus u 6.0 a great camera for novices like me. fav` dives consist of the red sea in Egypt, been many times around the sharks bay area & Tiran islandUnited KingdomUnited Kingdom
Richard TowardHave been diving for over 10 years and love every dive. Recently took up underwater photography and am enjoying learning all about it. Live near St Abbs marine reserve in Scotland and its an awesome place to dive. Enjoy both warm and cold water diving, not bothered as long as its diving !!United KingdomUnited Kingdom
MALIA BEGGSMy newest camera is the Canon G10. However, for the first two years experience in underwater photography, I used the Canon A650IS. My favorite dive site is the Cathedral at Pescador Island in Tanon Straight, west of Cebu Island in the Philippines. The majority of my experience is in the Philippines, which is the most beautiful area in the world to dive & take underwater pictures. The abundance of coral & fish species is incredible! Underwater photography is just the beginning of my biggest passion in life. In March, 2010, I will complete my Master Diver's Certification. Then just enjoy taking u/w pictures all over the world.United StatesUnited States
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
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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
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