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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
 
Athanassios LazaridesHi, I grew up on the mediterranean island of Cyprus and I have been diving since 1977. Currently I live and work in Norway. During winter I dive and photograph the scandinavian waters while during the summer I am diving in the Mediterranean.NorwayNorway
 
Leslie HowellI'm Leslie from Illinois. I prefer warm water with colorful subjects to shoot. I finally upgraded to a DSLR camera and I'm only sorry that I waited so long. Shout out to Marco Fierli at Wakatobi - who is a talented photographer and instructor!!!United StatesUnited States
 
Herbert SchmitzHi I'm Herbie Started diving 1993 my first camera unterwater was a Nikonos V At the moment I'm using a Nikon D800 in BS Kinetics Housing with a Nauticam Viewfinder and a Nauticam Vacuum System .GermanyGermany
 
Murat KAPTANI am from Turkey I started underwaterphotography in 2008. My first camera was a Canon 550 D with Sea&Sea housing & strobes, and now I'm using Canon Mark 2 camera with a Sea&Sea system.My Website
TurkeyTurkey
 
Adeline WeeI'm Adeline living in Grand Cayman. I love shooting underwater and am always learning and updating my skills. My main love is for macro although I do shoot wide angle occasionally.Cayman islandsCayman islands
 
Carsten KalkmanThey call me Seamonkey, Been teaching Scuba diving fo about two decades, just now starting to take a camera with me to try to share some of those magical underwater moments with non divers. Simple "point and shoot" set-up. Sometime I use a hand-held flashlight for lighting.United StatesUnited States
 
Armin RuganiI am Armin from Austria, living in Graz. I love diving and am a passionate photographer.AustriaAustria
 
Kyle CastelynI am Kyle I have always love photography and has been working a a PADI instructor for a year now and invested in a underwater set up beginning 2015 and just love the U/W world aSouth AfricaSouth Africa
 
Jason SpitzJason has been shooting photos since he could walk and developing photos since age 13. Open water certified in 1992 and currently a PADI Divemaster, Jason has combined his lifelong love for photography and water sports for more than 25 years. In 2006, Jason moved into DSLR underwater photography purchasing a Nikon D100 with a Nexus housing. Currently, he is shooting a Nikon D7100 in a Nauticam housing. Jason resides in Lighthouse Point, FL with his very own mermaid – Monica Schandel. Jason is a Photo Pro for Force-E Scuba Centers and is Managing Partner for Breathe Sail Dive, LLC with Monica. You can find more of Jason’s work at BreatheSailDive.com and Facebook.com/breathesaildive My Website
United StatesUnited States
 
Petra Van BormA passionate travelling Scuba instructor/photographer currently living at Lanzarote.SpainSpain
 
Sergey IlinI started with U/W photography a couple of years with SONY-NEX5.RussiaRussia
 
Brian BurnettIm Brian from Toronto Canada. I'm a Newbie & have been shooting underwater for about a year. Luv to shoot just about anything, but especially big stuff, sharks & whales are my favourites. I shoot with an Olympus OMD1, Nauticam Housing & Inon StrobesCanadaCanada
 
Elmar LaubenderIm Elmar Laubender, I love macro shots to make the unseen visible. Thanks to super macro shot you can see shapes and colors that have been never seen before. But also the wide angle lens is to use when it comes to breathtaking reported encounters with sharks and manta rays and other big marine life.My Website
SwitzerlandSwitzerland
 
Jonny HaugstadHi, Im jonny from Norway. I live in Philippines and started underwater photography not so long time ago. Its been my hobby over water for a while tho.PhilippinesPhilippines
 
pat keenanwww.patkeenanphotojo.comAustraliaAustralia
 
Brent BarnesI am from Oklahoma, diving and underwater photography is a passion.United StatesUnited States
 
Adam HewIm Adam Hew from Malaysia, a scuba diving instructor. With every available opportunity my camera rig will find itself underwater with me.MalaysiaMalaysia
 
Daniel Dietrichdiving since 1995. Made my CMAS Course in Turkey close to Marmaris and just loved it from the first moment. Lucky me, in the last years i travelled to some of the best destinations in Malaysia and Indonesia. I´m using the CanonG12 and since last year i added an external flash(INON-D2000) and a Fisheye.GermanyGermany
 
JESSICA WHITNEYUnderwater photography is a new hobby of mine. Since I live in Kansas, I try to take every opportunity I can to go on dive trips and capture the many wonders that I have seen to share with my family and friends. I have become very passionate about underwater photography and diving over the last 2 years. When I am under water I feel like I am in another world and I have never been happier. When I return I can't wait to share it with my family and friends that have never been able to see it for themselves. What better way than to try and capture these moments for them on camera. I am hopeful that one day that I will develop the skills to capture a photo worthy of being published.United StatesUnited States
 
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