Check out Ty Sawyer's image gallery that showcases lesser-known wrecks, Tom Moore's jungle a two-and-a-half acre rainforest with dozens of hidden caverns the Royal Naval Dockyard, the cobblestone lanes of UNESCO World Heritage Site of St. George, behind-the-scenes images at the Casemate Prison, Fort Hamilton, the governor's mansion and Afternoon Tea at Horizons and Cottages.
by Ty Sawyer
Award-winning underwater photographer Keri Wilk shares some behind-the-lens details about his shot of a saltwater crocodile found in the Solomon Islands.
Few photographers hide their pictures in old folders. They either want to share them with friends and family, relive their encounters or use them for conservation and identification causes. Then there are the really ambitious photographers who participate in contests or try to get them published. No matter what you hope to achieve, the most important part is learning how to perfect your skills.
PADI Diving Society is looking for a great photo to be featured as the 2014 PADI Diving Society membership card. The winner will get a certificate, a shout-out on Facebook and their image shared with more than 200,000 Society members worldwide.
Underwater photographer Todd Winner shares tips for shooting over-under images. This photo, taken in Truk Lagoon, captures a jellyfish and a ship's bow in the same picture.
Divetech's FOCUS UNDERWATER: 5th annual event where underwater photographers can learn from the best
Divetech is hosting the 5th annual FOCUS UNDERWATER (previously Tek Week), an annual event that brings together underwater photographers, ocean conservationists and rebreather enthusiasts, at Cobalt Coast Dive Resort in Grand Cayman August 24–31, 2013. Participating divers will enjoy world class diving on the North Wall and Northwest Point while sharing their passion for the sea with professionals from the rebreather diving world and the underwater imaging industry who are there to share what they know and to show the latest equipment on the market
Here’s your chance, photographers: Yap Pacific Dive Resort is sponsoring the first annual Yap Pacific World Shoot Out from August 15 to October 15 for both amateurs and professionals
In underwater photography, light behaves quite differently underwater and one of the best places to capture some of these effects is near the surface. Reflections can create a perfectly mirrored image and the arc at the top — called Snell's window — gives us a small glimpse of what is above the water. This image from Palau's Chandelier Cave combines both to create a distinctive image. Get Todd Winner's tips for capturing reflections in your underwater photography.
A massive photograph taken by Jim Hellemn of a stunning California kelp forest has been reproduced on 26 glass windows of the gift store of the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California. During the project, Hellemn took more than 8,000 images throughout California’s Channel Islands over a period of eight weeks, and used more than 1,200 of the photos in creating the final mosaic on glass.
"Never," "you can go with a friend," "we do have children" ... these are just some of my excuses to never go shark diving on a designated shark trip. No misunderstanding: I absolutely love sharks during an unexpected encounter. I always hope to capture the classic shark silhouette on a sandy patch close to the Cayman wall — a big treat, and an even bigger one if a Caribbean reef shark comes close and hangs around for some minutes before its shyness takes over and it disappears into the mysterious depths! Here's what happened when my husband encouraged me to book an oceanic white-tip shark expedition.
The key to shooting good motion blur images underwater is to have a slow enough shutter speed to capture some blur from the ambient light and be close enough to your subject to freeze part of it with the light from your strobes. Get more tips here ...