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Andre YANCOEquipment : Nikon D200 + Sea&Sea Dx-D200 Housing + 2xYS-110 + TTL Converter III Favourite dive areas : Sipadan, Kapali, Mabul - Borneo /Malaysia Manta Point - Bali / IndoneisaTurkeyTurkey
 
Jim McGuireNikon D60 Marshall IslandsMy Website
United StatesUnited States
 
Raoul CaprezI have started taking photos in 2005 in Malaysia with a small compact camera in one hand and a big torch in the other one ... good memories. After having used a Canon G9 (2008-2010) with satisfaction, I'm using now a Nikon D7000 with different lenses and two Subtronic pro160 strobes since April 2011.My Website
SwitzerlandSwitzerland
 
Ray CosgroveStill with Sea&Sea,Pacific action !!United StatesUnited States
 
Bill DowSea Life DC800. All photos taken free dive/snorkelling. No tank for this bad boy. Regular visitor Club Med Turkoise, Turks and Caicos Islands.United StatesUnited States
 
Eric OrchinHi, I have been diving since 2002.. My first dive was more a chance thing as I was snorkling I was asked by a dive instructor who had a spare rig did I fancy it. After my dive I just could not get enough. I have around 1000+ dives . I won BSAC photographer of the year in 2007. The gear I use now is a Nikon D200 in a sea & sea housing with 12-24, 60mm,100mm, and 10.5 mm lenses. I long to be able one day to see any sort of whale underwater. My Website
United KingdomUnited Kingdom
 
Pam WoodCanon 5d Warm tropical destinations Manta Rays are my favorite fishMy Website
United StatesUnited States
 
Trent HebrleeCanon 60D EFS 17-85mm, IKELITE housing w\6" dome port and two Sea and Sea YS90DX Duo strobes.United StatesUnited States
 
Vincent LanteigneI've been photographing since only 1 year, but it's becoming a passion. I use a basic canon sd1000 with the underwater case wp-dc13 , but it does the job. West Caicos and Sanbore Channel are my favorites spots.CanadaCanada
 
James van den BroekA marine biologist who feels naked in the water without a camera. Currently living and working in the Port Stephens area NSW, Australia. Shooting with a Nikon D80 and Ikelite housing and strobe.My Website
AustraliaAustralia
 
Chris CredifordCanon T2i with dual Ikelite DS-160sUnited StatesUnited States
 
joe platkoi use a canon a570is with an inon d-2000 strobe and at times use an additional inon close up lens. I've only been photographer for a little over a year, and I love diving in monterey.My Website
United StatesUnited States
 
omar linsanganThe camera that I use is a point and shoot digital camera, a Canon IXY 7 megapixel digital camera. No strobe, no filters.. just as is. I have always been fascinated with the underwater world and I love taking macro. There is so much I can do with my camera now, but if I had a better one, I know that there's even much more I can do. My favorite photo dive sites are in Palawan, Philippines. It is just so rich in life and every dive is breathtaking. Palawan has so much to offer and no matter how many dives I've done in the area, I never get tired of exploring it.PhilippinesPhilippines
 
Luc RoomanType camera:Nikon D200 5 year u/w photographer fave photodive site:oosterschelde NetherlandsBelgiumBelgium
 
Marco AstanI use fujifinepix F470 with Dicapa underwater case. I'm open water certified on July 13, 2008 My Website
IndonesiaIndonesia
 
James TewesSealife ReefMaster Mini, with a wide angle lens and external flash as required Started taking photos straight after learning to dive in 2007, and so far favorite dive spot is the Agincourt Ribbon Reefs off Port Douglas, Australia. Dive experiences, feeling around wrecks in zero visibility in Darwin, inadvertently swimming into a group of friendly Whitetip reef sharks and filming Manta Rays perform for divers.My Website
AustraliaAustralia
 
Walt HillCanon G7 with Ikelite housing and DS 125 strobe since 2006. Cozumel is my personal favorite My Website
United StatesUnited States
 
Rob de VriesMy name is Rob de Vries. I started diving in 1997 and started making photo's in 2001 with a Sony P5. In 2005 I bought a Fuji S2 pro with a Seacam housing. I travelled all over the world. My favourite dive site are in South East Asia, Malaysia, Philipines, Indonesia (Wakatobi, Rajah Ampat in Papua) My Website
NetherlandsNetherlands
 
Steffen BinkeNikon D200, Aquatica Housing, Ikelite Strobes 125 making photos since 2008, mainly in the Great Barrier Reef My Website
AustraliaAustralia
 
Diana BrownJust a novice under water photographer. I recently began on a dive trip to Belize, and it was there that my passion for it began! Since then, I have accompanied dive trips in the Atlantic to document wrecks and sea life there.United StatesUnited States
 
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