Sami Lindroos is an underwater and topside photographer, dive instructor, and tech diver from Finland. Sami considers himself lucky that he shoots many different locations all over the world as an extension of working in the travel and photography industries.
"I think it is important to constantly improve your skills as a diver and a photographer in very different sets of environments. This means very different diving gear and setups, shooting in cold environments and warm waters for example." - Sami Lindroos
First base. Catalina Island, California, USA © Sami Lindroos
Oceanic manta ray. Black Rock, Myanmar. © Sami Lindroos
Clearwater spring in Hollola, Finland. © Sami Lindroos
Male great white shark. Guadalupe, Mexico. © Sami Lindroos
Oh the joy! Moalboal, Philippines. © Sami Lindroos
Dolphins are always a joy. North Sinai, Egypt. © Sami Lindroos
Icy 50-50 shot from Kaatiala mine, Finland. © Sami Lindroos
Scorpion fish streching. Panglao, Philippines. © Sami Lindroos
Sea lion stare. Catalina island, California, USA. © Sami Lindroos
Sardine mountain, Moalboal, Philippines. © Sami Lindroos
Perspective. Komodo national park, Indonesia. © Sami Lindroos
Perspective. Kaatiala mine, Finland. © Sami Lindroos
The sheephead, guardian of the kelp-forest. Catalina island, California, USA. © Sami Lindroos
Sami Lindroos shoots the Nikon D850 inside an Ikelite Underwater Housing, focusing primarily on wide angle imagery. Sami travels the world over diving and photographing and believes that expanding your comfort zone is the best way to improve both personally and professionally. Originally from Finland, Sami is a diving instructor and tech diver. Follow ore of his work on Instagram @underwaterwonderland and Facebook.