MUSA artist Jason de Caires Taylor submerged 11 new sculptures in September, bringing the total of underwater art pieces to 500. The additional pieces will be submerged in “The Silent Evolution” gallery, joining the original sculptures submerged in 2010.
When it comes to shooting underwater, the less intrusive the better. Which is why a rebreather proves to be a valuable piece of scuba gear when it comes to getting the shot. Here, Pompano Dive Center photo pro Craig Dietrich shares his "silent diving" experiences.
At night when the ocean is ink- black, photographers have learned to employ blue light and yellow filters to bring out the fluorescence of corals, sponges, mantis shrimp, anemones and even the eyes of fish. As these images show, the result is an unexpected visual delight.
Scuba diving with whales, dolphins and sharks? Underwater photographer Darren Jew has photographed the planet’s landscapes and wildlife from Antarctica to Zambia over his 30-year career – on mountain peaks, desert plains and beneath the ocean’s surface. We couldn't be more delighted to present a sample of his underwater photography!
There are many reasons underwater photographers show movement in their imagery: to capture a fast-swimming subject or emphasize the way it moves, to showcase the beauty of a scene, or to be playful. Whatever the reason, the photos here are amazing examples of the ocean in motion.