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.
Diving from Port Hardy, British Columbia to Sitka, Alaska with the Nautilus Swell live-aboard is a cool experience as Florida photographer Craig Dietrich tells it. The 40-50 degree water hosts lots of marine life like dolphins, whales, and sea lions.
Cozumel, one of the most popular dive destinations in North America, is easy to get to and has everything: both luxury and budget-friendly accommodations, great restaurants and bars in San Miguel and, of course, epic diving!
Daniel Botelho, a National Geographic Society photographer, shares his tips for capturing the iconic sunburst in underwater compositions — from proper camera settings and positioning to framing the subject and getting the sun in the shot
Singapore-based Imran Ahmad has been pushing the boundaries that define conventional underwater photography ever since picking up a camera, and his images are often provocative, creatively complex and unique. Ahmad is a Nikon Professional Photographer and Film Lecturer and recently published his images and the book Ocean Tapestry. Read more and view a photo gallery …
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