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.
This photograph of a hatching horn shark is one of my all-time favorites. First of all, capturing the moment is extremely rare. For this… Read more »
One of the more compelling types of images that underwater photographers create is known as a split. Captured by positioning the lens at the… Read more »
When in the water with large animals it can be challenging to think about photographic nuances, what with your heart pounding and adrenalin coursing… Read more »
Sea turtles make wonderful subjects. While some turtles are wary of divers, many allow a close approach as long as you move slowly and… Read more »
The photo shown here presented me with several challenges that serve as an excellent teaching tool. The two biggest challenges were composing a pleasing… Read more »