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MemberProfileWebsiteCountryPortfolio
pierlo pabloI am Pierlo, french underwater photographer living in the Philippines for good.My Website
PhilippinesPhilippines
 
nick polanszkyShooting with Canon 5DIII in Aquatica Digital housing, Currently based at Pro Photo Baja in the magical Sea of CortezMy Website
AustraliaAustralia
 
Daniel ParkerHey, my name is Dan, I'm from the UK but live and work in Singapore. I feel in love with the underwater world whilst working as a DM in Borneo. I was living on Mabul Island next door to the famous Sipadan where we made regular trips. I'm a family photographer by trade but much prefer taking pics of all the wonderful, beautiful, weird and ugly critters in our vast oceans. I hope you enjoy my images.United KingdomUnited Kingdom
 
Eser PaşaI am Eser from Turkey. I was begining 5 years a go underwater photography. I use sony nex 7 and nauticam hausingMy Website
TurkeyTurkey
 
catrin pichlerI'm Catrin from Austria. I love the ocean and started with UW photography 5 years ago. I try to improve my skills with my Canon G15 in a Nauticam housing and love to go for critters in Indonesia.AustriaAustria
 
Chris PienaarI really started photography in 2010 when I bought a Canon 50D but made a lifelong dream come true in 2015 when I bought my first uw housing and strobes. I am landbound and dont dive enough ( dont know if I would ever be able to dive enough.)South AfricaSouth Africa
 
Francis POLLAKWhen I was a child, I used to watch with amazement television documentaries of Jacques Cousteau. This fascination with the underwater world naturally lead me to make my first dives when I was just 15 years old. I was immediately fascinated by the beauty and incredible diversity of fauna and flora. Very quickly, I felt like fixing these images on film to be able to share them with my family and friends back to the surface. My first camera, a Nikonos III was completely manual: It was necessary to set distance, aperture, shutter speed, flash power, and all this before the subject decided to go elsewhere ... On a roll 36, I felt pretty happy, when 10 shots were successful. Technology has advanced, but not this ratio ... We must bring together a large number of parameters to make a proper image. I hope you enjoy the ones I show you here ...My Website
FranceFrance
 
Courtney PoveyNew to underwater photography so still learning.South AfricaSouth Africa
 
Hon PingLove the natureMalaysiaMalaysia
 
Hinesh PatelFuji F31 & Sony RX100, taking photos for 4 years now. Fave photo dive site has to be Marsa Mubarak in Marsa Alam & Bannerfish Bay in Dahab.United KingdomUnited Kingdom
 
John ParkerI'm John and I am from Mansfield in the UK. I have been diving for over 20 years and have had a camera of various sorts for a number of years. I mainly dive outside of the UK now but spent many years owning a RIB and diving the UK from the South Coast to the North West Of Scotland. I now shoot with my Aquatica Nikon D7200 system whenever I can.United KingdomUnited Kingdom
 
ledean padenNikon d4, d800, D90, D80 Aquatica housing, LSD Prime snoot, ikelite strobes. I am a wildlife photographer, I am trying my hand at underwater photography, and really enjoying it. Favorite places to dive are Indonesia but the Philippines is another favorite. I also enjoy Kona, Fiji and Mexico. For above water, I spend a lot of time in Alaska, Costa Rica, Honduras, Yosemite and all the other state parks, as well as Big Sur HWY. Florida is my favorite place for shore birds and Caribbean for sunsets. So many places, so little time!My Website
United StatesUnited States
 
Yvan PagulayanIm a new diver - barely 14 months and recently into taking u/u photos with an Olympus Stylus 770 in a PT 035 camera (a gift from a friend).My Website
PhilippinesPhilippines
 
Tiffanie PucilloI began underwater photography June 2013. I'm initially from San Diego, CA but have recently moved to Brisbane, Australia. I shoot with a canon 60D and an Ikelite housing. I have a strobe but its a bit old and kind of finicky - sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. Would like to get a new pair soon but for now it will have to do. I love shooting macro but again with the strobe it doesn't always work out. I've recently gotten into wide angle work and that has been fun. I've dove mostly off Southern California, in the Channel Islands, and at Catalina but I've got dive a few dives in Hawaii and one on the Great Barrier Reef. I need to get in the water more. Website is underworks but still functioning. If you'd like to check it out I've a lot more photos on there. Also on instagram @tiffpucillophoto I tend to update that more regularly than my site. Any form of feed back on any of my images (here or elsewhere) is greatly appreciated. Thanks! :)My Website
AustraliaAustralia
 
Nonna PokrasI started in 2010 with Canon G11 and now I use Canon 5d mark II. I like all places. I'm happy just to be in the water :)RussiaRussia
 
Lars PetersI'm using a Canon EOS 5Dmk3 in an Aquatica housing with 2 sub-strobes Subtronic Pro160. Beeing an uw-photographer for 3 year with favorite dive sites in indo-pacific region and the red sea.My Website
GermanyGermany
 
daryl parkeri use a canon g9 with a wp dc21 canon housing modified with a macro / super wide angle conversion lens kit, rigged with a ys 90 auto strobe and itorch video light. best dive.. has to be the Thistlegorm, fortunate to be in a group of 6 divers to be on the wreck and had it all to our selfs.United KingdomUnited Kingdom
 
Stephan PelletierNikon D90 D300 UW Photog since 2006My Website
CanadaCanada
 
Andre PhilipI'am a diver since 14 years and a u/w photographer since 10 years.GermanyGermany
 
Georgi PetsovOlympus/since 3 years/Aegean sea- MarmarisBulgariaBulgaria
 
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