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MemberProfileWebsiteCountryPortfolio
richard kelleyCannon powershot A40.United StatesUnited States
 
Henrik Gram RasmussenKit: Nikon D810, SIGMA 15mm f2.8, Nikon 18-36mm, Nikon 60mm f2.8, Nikon 105mm f2.8. Nautical Housing, 8,5" Dome, 2 pcs ikelite DS160. Light and Motion SOLA 800. Nautical SMC, SubSea +10, Nauticam 45 Viewfinder. Favorite dive sites are in Denmark and Norway, wreck diving. Abroad - Brothers Islands, Red Sea, Komodo, Raja Ampat, Thailand and South East Asia in general. French Polynesia, Arabian GulfMy Website
DenmarkDenmark
 
Richard GoluchCanon 5D MK III,Nauticam NA-5D MK III two Inon Z 240, Underwater photography 7 years.Favorite places to dive-Lembeh Strait,Raja Ampat,Truk LagoonMy Website
United StatesUnited States
 
robert bemusI recently purchased and SPL water housing for surf photography. I got my first DSLR, a Canon 300D in 2003. I now have a Canon 5D.My Website
United StatesUnited States
 
Tunc YavuzdoganTunc Yavuzdogan started his underwater photography journey in the turqoise waters of the North Eagean coast of Turkey. His first cameras were the legendary Nikonos V and Sony Hi8 in an Ocean Images housing. He's spent a remarkable amount of time in South East Asia diving in Malaysia, Indonesia and Philipines. He fell in love with these surprisingly rich tropical waters so much that, he decided to move himself and his family to Indonesia three years ago. He currently resides in Jakarta, spending most of his time travelling and diving. Tunc has been a pioneer in both diving industry and underwater photography in Turkey. His dive center has been one of the first tour operators to take big groups of Turkish divers to the Red Sea, South East Asia and South Africa. He has worked as a lecturer of Underwater Imaging in universities and written a book on underwater Photography. He has produced a number of documentaries,opened up exhibitions and has several international achievements.My Website
TurkeyTurkey
 
Alena VorackovaSince Feb 2009 - Canon 400D in Ikelite case, lenses: Sigma 10-20, Canon 100/2.8 macro. DS 160 Strobe Ikelite and Inon D2000 (Before that I used: Canon PS A70+in case + INON wide len plus 2x Flash INON D 2000) My Website
Czech RepublicCzech Republic
 
David GrossI use a Nikon D100 with a Light and Motion Titan housing.....Very happy with the setup.United StatesUnited States
 
Brocken RudiI thaking fhotos with a canon EOS 50 D ,about two yaer. My Website
BelgiumBelgium
 
Alan G. MillerI started with a camera in the late 60s as my grandfather was a photographer and worked for Zeiss and then Kodak. In the 70s I moved to my first 35 SLR. Architecture school turned into a BFA in photography by the mid 80s and in 1989 I finally bought myself a Nikonos V. I have been doing almost 2 liveaboard dive trips a year with 7-10 days of nothing but diving (maybe eating and sleeping too). I have and still only shoot Kodachrome 64 underwater and hand print my own Cibachromes, now known as Ilfochromes. Only large prints will do for me as I want the viewer to want to swim in, most are either 10x14 or 14x20s. I have since moved to a Nikonos RS (2003) and really have enjoyed the TTL experience. No more aim and hope the parallax does not kill you. I have always enjoyed diving in the Coral Sea, which is a few hundred miles outside the Great Barrier Reef. I will never forget the 150 m vis for our first dive in Oct 1993, and have been back 5 more times never to find it quite like that.My Website
United StatesUnited States
 
Jon Kreidercanon 40D, aquatica housing, inon z240 strobes. Living and working Male', Republic of MaldivesMy Website
MaldivesMaldives
 
Erich ReboucasPADI instructor since 2001, started digital uw photography in 2007. Many pictures can be found in dive magazines on 2011 Egypt's Red Sea advertising campaign. Would love the opportunity to work full time as underwater photographer! Live the dream! My favorite places for uw photography are the SS Thistlegorm wreck and Shark & Yolanda Reefs in Sharm El Sheikh-Egypt, Barracuda Point in Sipadan-Malaysia and the Liberty Wreck in Bali-Indonesia. My Website
BrazilBrazil
 
Antoine DesbordesCanon G10FranceFrance
 
Shawn JacksonI have been a photographer both above water and underwater for the last 11 years. I use all Nikon film and digital equipment.HondurasHonduras
 
john naylornikon d200 18 months.taking pics with nikonos.3 10 years. fav dive site St.Abbs uk.United KingdomUnited Kingdom
 
Philippe BrunnerJutilise un Nikon D300S dans un caisson en métal et un flash Seacam.SwitzerlandSwitzerland
 
Jim GarlandQualified as a Zoologist, now Science Teacher by profession. I am also owner of the dedicated wreck photography website WRECKSHOT.COM. I am intrested in natural history, wreck history and photography, my passion being WW2 Aircraft wrecks. I currently use a Canon EOS 5D, Aquatica Housing, Sigma 15mm FE, Sigma 50mm Macro, Canon 24mm wide, Inon z-240 strobes.My Website
IrelandIreland
 
John de JongSince 2007 I am using an Olympus E330 DSLR with Ikelite DS160 and DS161 strobes. Underwater I use the 50mm Macro , 11-22 mm wide angle and 12-60mm most of the time. I made about 80-100 dives a year, most of them in the Netherlands. See my homepage for almost weekly new pics, most taken in water with low visibilty. (Oosterschelde and Grevelingen in The Netherlands) My Website
NetherlandsNetherlands
 
Joao Pedro Tojal Loia Soares SilvaAlthough Ive been photographing since 1987, I only started taking underwater photos in 2000. Present setup: Canon EOS 350D in Ikelite housing, Canon EF 100mm macro, Canon EF-S 18-55mm, Nikonos SB-105 and Ikelite Ai strobes. My Website
PortugalPortugal
 
Juan GrauI started underwater photography in 1994 in The Caribbean Sea with my first camera made by Motormarine II. The pictures weren’t as good as I want and for this reason I decide to work with a reflex camera and the Nikon F90 X was a very good choice with underwater case Arius made by Hughyphot. Today the technologies permit us to take pictures more easily with the Digital Camera System but I’m continuing to use my reflex equipment and sometimes I go diving with twice. In fact the price for the Arius underwater case for the Nikon F90X was 1000.- Euros. The price for the D80 approach 2000.- Euros. Is very strange!! Have you ever saw your purchasing power doubling in 10 years? Equipment • Hugyphot Housing for NIKON F90 X • Wide angle : Micro Nikkor 20-35 mm 2.8D • Macro : Micro Nikkor 105 mm 2.8D • Strobe Sea & Sea Yellow sub 300 • Kodackcrome 64 ASA & Fujifilm 100 ASA • 10 BAR Housing for Canon G11 & G 12 • Canon G11 & G 12 • Strobe INON D – 2000 & Lamp Subspace TechnologySpainSpain
 
Charlie ForemanI have been diving since the late 70s and and began teaching SSI in the early 80s. I have made in excess of 7000 dives,taught over 2500 students and am an SSI Platinum Pro Instructor. I first started underwater photography in 1982 with a Nikonos III and later bought a IV. I then graduated to 2 Nikonos Vs. I shot film until I converted to digital in 2002.I am still learning digital but I like the ability to see your photos underwater as you take them. I am shooting an Olympus 5050 housed in a Lights and Motion Tetra housing with 2 Sea&Sea YS-90DX strobes. I finally got to take the trip of all trips to the Galapagos Islands and liked it so much that I have another planned for August 2009. We went in August 2007 when it was the best time for the whalesharks although a bit cool and dove with 22 in 3 days...WHAT A RUSH!!!!!! I am going to try and go back to the Galapagos again in 2012. I just can't get enough!!United StatesUnited States
 
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