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Touching seahorses to manipulate them for pictures (and using a strong flash) is a big no-no, as it causes the animals much stress.
Although most shark encounters are quite safe, there is some protocol to follow when you dive with them. Here’s how to responsibly and safely photograph sharks.
Nonprofit organization Dive into the Pink is delighted to announce the winners of the 2019 Think Pink underwater imaging competition.
Shore diving with a camera can be a challenge, but with the right gear it doesn’t have to be.
I Love Lucy: Check out this cool film by the Beacons Collective, shot in Guadalupe, Mexico in 2018 and featuring some enormous (one in particular) great white sharks.
Diving on the Great Barrier Reef is on the bucket list for many of us. If you’re taking a camera, here’s a brief guide to underwater photography on the Great Barrier Reef for beginners.
In this series of articles, we’ll shine a spotlight on some of the world’s best underwater photographers. Today we highlight Joanna Lentini.
In an ongoing series, we’ll chat with prominent and up-and-coming underwater photographers. Today we chat with Frankie Grant.
In this series of articles, we’ll shine a spotlight on some of the world’s best underwater photographers. Today we highlight…
Although the Great Barrier Reef garners most of the attention when it comes to diving in Australia, Southern Australia offers delights for divers (especially photographers) as well.
In this series of articles, we’ll shine a spotlight on some of the world’s best underwater photographers. Today we highlight Ron Watkins.
One of the more difficult parts of underwater photography is getting the color right. But there are some techniques to help you get the most out of your underwater images.
In this series of articles, we’ll shine a spotlight on some of the world’s best underwater photographers. Today we highlight Tanya Houppermans.
Spacious memory cards mean that photographers can take thousands of pictures, but which should they keep? Here’s a quick guide to keeping your best underwater images.
Shooting with diopters is a natural progression for many macro photographers. Here’s what you need to know to do it right.
Often you’ll take (and not delete) hundreds of photos underwater before deciding which to keep. This can lead to an underwater photo storage nightmare — here’s how to stay organized.
When your camera floods, a great dive can turn into an expensive one. Here’s our beginner’s guide on how to keep your underwater camera from flooding.