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Ryuijie took the road less traveled in underwater photography, transitioning from large format landscapes to hand made platinum palladium photographs.
Simon Bolivar of Spain has an eye for wide angle composition which is evident with these photos taken in Papau New Guinea and the Solomon Islands with his Nikon D850.
Floridian Tristine Davis took her fine art portraiture underwater and never looked back. Her art blends her passion for the ocean with the beauty of the female form.
John W Thompson is the founder of SUDS (Servicemembers Undertaking Disabled Sports), a program that brings new life and hope to disabled veterans.
Fritz loves diving and underwater life and has spent over 30 years in both fresh and salt water, rarely without a Canon DSLR camera.
Liza uses natural light photography with the Sony Alpha a7 III full frame mirrorless camera to supplement her career in environmental storytelling.
Pete was all-in obsessed with diving from the get go, logging 40-50 dives on his first trip out. But he quickly realized that he needed a camera in his hand.
Scuba diving and underwater photography may not have been her first choices for post-retirement hobbies but they've developed into new passions.
Mario Delgado Malagon shares his love of the seas through photography and conservation efforts in his homeland of the Dominican Republic.
Paris-born Laurent Leard contributes a beautiful macro study of the Red Sea and his lifelong journey with underwater photography.
Longtime Ikelite shooter Douglas Klug shares his beautiful collection of photos taken primarily in his backyard off the coast of Santa Barbara, California.