I am a big believer in the process of envisioning a photograph, at least in rough terms, and then seeing if I can create… Read more »
One significant advantage of fisheye and other ultrawide-angle lenses is that it is often easy to get all the important elements in your frame… Read more »
In order to get this shot of a bigfin squid while on a night dive in Puerto Galera in the Philippines, my dive buddy… Read more »
Wow! What a moment and what an opportunity. Those are the thoughts that went through my head the instant I saw this female peacock… Read more »
The image shown here can accurately be described as a pleasing seascape, one that shares a scene representative of the setting in many Indo-Pacific… Read more »
In my early days as an underwater photographer I asked an experienced photographer if he ever created his images in black and white instead… Read more »
I’ve spent a lot of time on Indo-Pacific reefs where a variety of anemonefish abound. So it would be perfectly logical to me if… Read more »
IN MANY RESPECTS THIS PHOTOGRAPH OF A GREEN SEA TURTLE LOOKS LIKE A RELATIVELY SIMPLE IMAGE TO MAKE. After all, the animal is resting,… Read more »
Eye-popping colors. Entertaining antics. Bizarre shapes. Photogenic poses. Megafauna. Fascinating behaviors.
The yellow tang is one of the more commonly
encountered reef fish in Hawaii and many other parts of the tropical Western Pacific. On many dives yellow tang are too numerous to count.