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Florence Van GaeverI'm Florence from Belgium and started taking photos several years ago. At first with a compactcamera, and now I have a Nikon D90 in a Hugyfot housing. Since I only photograph during my travels, I don't often practice my hobby as much as I would like.BelgiumBelgium
Norm VexlerI'm Norm Vexler from Massachusetts, USA. I began scuba diving in 1987 and soon after became interested in underwater photography. I've traveled to some of the most remote locations on the planet and am always amazed at what I see and experience. My favorite place to dive is Raja Ampat, Indonesia.My Website
United StatesUnited States
Petra Van BormA passionate travelling Scuba instructor/photographer currently living at Lanzarote.SpainSpain
Emanuele VitaleSyracusan doc, but long lived elsewhere, my diving training was very varied and quite brilliant, covering all roles related to diving, landing also to that of trainer instructors. But one day I realized that all the sea I had learned up to that point was the sea inside me, at most I could tell. And because sometimes tell is not enough, we also want the images. So, once you've experienced the first shot, the others arrived as a result. The images, photos, diving, those colors of silence: to describe that sea without even talking about it. A universal dialect, the language of emotions. In 2011, I introduce the Italian Championship of Underwater Photography and win in the category Compact. Today my specialization, I am trying to convey is just underwater photography compact cameras often not too expensive equipment, which can have towed unthinkable things. Convincing even the most skeptical that the image is not only the equipment, but you must know that, but in the eye and heart of thoseItalyItaly
Lucio ValgimigliI'am a beginner photographer with a compact camera Olympus TG 830. Actually I am only snorkeling, not scuba diving.ItalyItaly
Ivan VychodilDiving and underwater life is my passion since my 16 when I was fascinated by Cousteau and Hass books and movies... I started with diving in 1982 - CMAS, established a diving club at The Prague University of Agriculture, being diving instructor for a while, playing underwater rugby long time and photographing under water a bit more seriously since 2009. I také pictures trying to share with other people the beauty of underwater world, to bring some more cognition of it and to show that it deserves and needs our protection. Currently I use Canon EOS 5D mark III with Canon EF 17-40mm/4 L, Canon EF 15mm/2,8 Fish Eye and Canon EF 100mm /2,8 L Macro USM in Ikelite housing and Ikelite strobes DS 160 + DS 200Czech RepublicCzech Republic
Petteri ViljakainenI started underwater photography back in 2004. I shoot at the moment with Canon 1DX mostly with 16-35 lens. Subal housing, Ikelite DS-125 and 160 on and off camera strobes. Website
Leon van ZijlI shoot using a Nikon P7000 and a sealife strobe. I've been doing this for 4 months now and I'm hooked! I mostly dive in Hermanus, South Africa and that's where most of my photos are taken.South AfricaSouth Africa
Michael VogelsangCamera Nikon D 300s in Subalhousing. Flash: 2 x subtronic pro 160My Website
marc van den broeckI live in Merchtem of Belgium and work for more than 40 years as an independent physiotherapist. During my interimship as physiotherapist student in 1978 in Israel, I came in contact with diving during a weekend trip to Eilad at the Red Sea. This experience has never gone out of my head and in 1992 I begun the training for diving. In 2005 started also with underwater photography. First with a small compact camera. With the years I have developed this into a high quality digital camera with a special underwater housing and provided with the necessary lights and strobes for illumination and different lenses. (Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II - V6K Supe lights - strobes inon D2000). For the finishing touch I use the software program "light room". This hobby has already brought me to all corners of the world but my faforite place until now: Galapagos, AsiaBelgiumBelgium
Eddy Van Lieru/w photographer about 3 years. Nikon D80, Ikelite housing + Ikelite strobe DS125 Tokina 12-24 mm, Sigma 105 mm Macro Local waters (Belgium & Holland), Red Sea Egypt, Jordania,Spain,France,Turkey,Crete.BelgiumBelgium
Danny Van BelleCanon 7D - Hugyfot housing - Inon 2 Z240 lights - Canon lenses 60mm - 100 mm - 10-17 fisheye - 17-35 wide angle - Inon micro wide angle - Magic ball lens - Ultraviolet filters and lens - Snoot 10bar - +10 and +15 close-up lensesMy Website
Andre VanheckeNikon D70S + Subal Housing Nikon 60mm, Tokina 10-17mm 2 x Sea & Sea YS110a flash UW Photographer since 2010 My Website
Erik van DoesburgDiving since 2005, uw/photography since 2006. about 1200 dives. So far: Bonaire Bali (Indonesia) Curacao Cyprus Egypt France Maldives South Africa Tobago (Trinidad & Tobago) Turkey NetherlandsNetherlands
Philippe VelgheOlympus E-PL3 Olympus house Twin Inon S-2000 StrobesBelgiumBelgium
Christian VizlI have a passion for the ocean, for animals, for beauty and nature. Used to be a Diving Instructor, now I only dive for pleasure. I´m also a cave diver, and an artist. So now I´m combining this to create unique underwater images. Because beyond the issue of our survival is the issue of how we experience our life and how we celebrate it. And our experience of life is intrinsically linked to how we communicate and "connect" with everything around us, especially with all life around us. In my case, it’s the ocean and their living creature that makes me want to celebrate. So my photography is intended to be a celebration of marine life and the underwater world. I use a Canon 5D Mark II with an aquatica housing.My Website
Dmitry VinogradovNikonD2X in Seacam. I'm u/w photographer from 2003. Fave countries - Egypt, Malta, Philippines.RussiaRussia
Goos van der HeideIn 2001 I bought my first camera and started with underwater photography. Since then, I traveled all over the world, but my favourites are still Asia and Indonesia in particular. This is because of my special interest in Macro-photography: e.g. Anemones, Feathers and all the tiny animals living in symbiose with these two, like shrimp, crabs and gobies. Camera: CANON EOS 5D MKII,SEACAM Housing and strobesMy Website
David ValenciaDave Valencia is a dive instructor and marine biologist. He travels the world guiding dives and documenting the beautiful places that he has the good fortune to experience. It is his hope that his images may inspire people to learn more and experience the wonders of the ocean themselves. He uses a Canon 5D Mark III with Ikelite housing.My Website
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Doris Vierkötter7 D Mark II Canon alambatu Bali IndonesiaMy Website
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