How do you choose an underwater camera? Professional photographer Heather Sutton has some useful advice for people diving into this new hobby.
Underwater photographer Kara Murphy is an award-winning photojournalist specialising in nature-based travel stories. She shares a few secrets with us.
Next time you’re enjoying some breath-taking underwater imagery – spare a thought for the dedicated cameraman who filmed it all – then spent another 4 hours on deco. We profiles one such passionate individual: Paul Unique.
Alicia Shaw – the unassuming underwater photographer – is a full time professional teacher – but spends her spare time and holidays capturing pictures of the underwater world to inspire in others a sense of wonder of what’s just beneath the waves.
Photographer Imran Ahmed’s underwater images have won him many awards – find out what inspires Imran in our interview on the blog today.
Scott Portelli, an award winning wildlife, nature and underwater photographer, has spent thousands of hours in remote locations across the globe filming and photographing wildlife in the underwater environment.
Diveplanit interviews Lynn Funkhouser – an internationally published photographer, lecturer and environmentalist committed to making a difference on this planet through her images and lectures.
Heather Sutton one of NSW’s finest – a Firie – is also a keen and experienced underwater photographer. Maybe fire and water do mix – or counter balance each other?
The inaugural Maumere Bay Festival & Underwater Photography Competition August 2016 attracted a field of 30 international photographers competing for substantial prizes in the compact & DSLR wide angle & macro photography competition. See some of their amazing pictures here.
Yvonne McKenzie, based on Australia’s own Christmas Island, shares her underwater world with Diveplanit.
How did you get into underwater photography in the first place? – Well, ever since I was a young teenager, I always loved taking photos and never went anywhere without a camera. Even today, I still remember my first “camera”: a flat rectangle shape, yellow and black in colour, made of plastic where the flash and 35mm film took up most of the space and left very little room for a “lens”