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Yousuf AliYousuf Ali (PADI Master Instructor) Being a marine engineer working for Ministry of Electricity and Water Dubai UAE, as a Power Station Superintendent I decided to take up a new water sports “Scuba Diving” as a hobby, the first breath underwater and I was hooked for life having qualified as a “PADI Open Water diver” in 1979. I carried on my education and in 1982, Graduated as a Professional “Scuba Diving Instructor” with ten (10) Specialties. Rescue Diving Instructor, trained by Coast Guard San Diego California. Achieved the prestigious level of “Master Instructor” in 1992 from Tampa Florida. Become a member of “PADI Master Instructor Review Committee” Santa Ana, California, USA . Being Rescue Diver Instructor I was privilege to trained Dubai Police, the first “Frogman team” in the gulf. Karachi Scuba Diving Center was established in the year 1989, By Yousuf Ali www.scuba-karachi.comMy Website
PakistanPakistan
 
Garth WhittakerG7 Canon . Photos for 2 years. Sodwana bay is where we dive a lot.South AfricaSouth Africa
 
Austin RiceOlympus Stylus 770 SW with an all black SeaLife Strobe and PT-035 underwater housing.My Website
United StatesUnited States
 
Murray ScottNIK V...novice ...Last Nov. 2008 was my first time shooting underwater photography...My Nik V worked perfect.CanadaCanada
 
Fred LentzI just started in the UW photo world about 4 months ago. I am using a Light&Motion Housing with a Soney HDV HC7 camera. I would love for people to give me ideas or comments, it is what will make you a better photographer. History: I was a commercial aquarium fish collector and have been a commercial lobster diver for more then 23 years. I now shoot video and some day plan on designing and selling a series of underwater video's.My Website
Puerto RicoPuerto Rico
 
Kevin GarofaloI'm just getting started and have been taking shots once a year for the last 3 years on vacation. I am using a low end Cannon powershot and a underwater case. I am looking to buy another camera in the next month and would welcome any tips. I am not a diver and only take shots while snorkeling right now. I plan to start my scuba classes this year. I go to St.John every year if I get the chance and have been to Cozumel this year already.United StatesUnited States
 
Toby LynchI was first certified when I was 12 years old, and hardly did any diving for about 12 years after that. It was not until I traveled around the world did I once again start diving. I am currently living in Grenada, West Indies, while I am studying medicine. It was when I moved to Grenada, 18 months ago, that I become interested in underwater photography.I am using a Sealife DC 600 with an external strobe. United StatesUnited States
 
Marco WaagmeesterStarted diving in 1999 and living on Bali, Indonesia. Worked at local dive center in Sanur for some years. Started with underwater photography in 2006, using a Canon Powershot G9 camera in WP-DC21 housing with single Inon D2000w strobe and UCL165 macro lenses mounted on a DIY modified Inon mountbase. Favorite Dive Locations: Puri Jati & Seraya, Bali........... Higher Resolutions at: www.flickr.com/photos/26996819@N08/My Website
NetherlandsNetherlands
 
Dick ShermanDick Sherman (Richard A. Sherman) is a seasoned, instrument-rated commercial pilot and third generation photographer in the cockpit of his L-17 NAVION Warbird. Pilot/Photographer Statement All photos were shot at an altitude of about 800–1000 ft. with a Canon digital camera (with the exception of "Vineyard Sunrise", which was shot from an altitude of 6,000). What you see was created by nature. Colors were not created or changed. The abstract images are aerial shots of shallow areas in the sea. I intend to continue photographing what I think is a fascinating display of visual and abstract art. My Website
United StatesUnited States
 
Michael PieckielIntova 6MP w/ external sync flash. Wish I could buy the good stuff but it looks to me that my rig is quite capable when I'm patient and prepared. I love the close-up stuff. Underwater photography is a by-product of more love for diving. Until recently, I was averaging 15+ dives a month.United StatesUnited States
 
Musbah AtassiI use Panasonic TZ3 Digital Camera with the panasonic Case, I live in Dubai, But i dive in Musandam Area for the Best Photos.United Arab EmiratesUnited Arab Emirates
 
bradley mihelichI use an intova IC 800. I have been taking underwater pictures for a couple months now. I have only been taking pictures on Okinawa JapanJapanJapan
 
Eric JavierNot Interesting Guy :-)My Website
PhilippinesPhilippines
 
Paz Maria De Vera-Santos2007 - Canon SD550 with Canon WP-DC80 casing. No strobe, just the built in flash. 2009 - Canon G9 with Canon casing. No strobe and no macro lens. My Website
PhilippinesPhilippines
 
Durand geraldHello,I use a canon G12 with macrolens Dyron,Only in snorkeling.GuadeloupeGuadeloupe
 
Eric FlyI have lived on Guam for the past four years and have done alot of diving here as well as around SE Asia. I shoot with Canon A620. No strobe. Homemade macro lens for close up.GuamGuam
 
Sharon EnglishCanon 5Dii in a Hugyphot housing with twin Inon strobes. Padi instructor, been diving for around 6 years and photographing for around 3 of those. Love, love, love the South Pacific, particularly Vanuatu.AustraliaAustralia
 
Nestor CrespoNow I have a new camera Canon Powershot 950 SI/ with YS-27DX, and I am a beginner photographer and I have no specific place for photography, I like any place in which it can take some photos.My Website
Puerto RicoPuerto Rico
 
Simon ToomerOld and decrepit author of dive bookUnited KingdomUnited Kingdom
 
Jim moserOlympus SP-550UZ and a Canon G-11, Taking u/w pictures for 5 years, I am still learning to take pictures. My favorite place at this time is Palau.United StatesUnited States
 
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