Featured Customers | Damon Rickett From Macro to Megafauna

Featured Customers | Damon Rickett From Macro to Megafauna

A long time diver and photographer, Damon's love for the sea began when he started his undergraduate degree in Marine Biology at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada.  He currently resides in Malta and travels around the world to some of the most popular dive sites, capturing images of the marine environment.  Damon enjoys photographing creatures of all sizes, from macro nudibranchs to the megafauna of the sea.

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Reef Shark © Damon Rickett


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Turtle Tooth Cleaning © Damon Rickett


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Moray in Sharm © Damon Rickett


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Frolicking Nudibranchs © Damon Rickett


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Squadron Above © Damon Rickett 


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Fish of the Bahamas © Damon Rickett


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Watching the Sharks Circle © Damon Rickett


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Posing Nudibranchs © Damon Rickett


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Huge Moray © Damon Rickett


lionfish on the prowl

Lionfish on the Prowl © Damon Rickett


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Coral Head © Damon Rickett


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Damon Rickett studied Marine Biology in Canada and has had a passion for the ocean ever since. Now, he resides in Malta and travels the world photographing underwater creatures from macro animals to megafauna. Damon uses the Canon 5D Mark III in an Ikelite Underwater Housing. You can find more of his underwater and topside work on his website.




Additional Reading

Maintaining Your Macro Eye | Using Underwater Techniques on Land

Techniques for Photographing Sharks

Nudibranch Underwater Camera Settings and Technique

Eels Underwater Camera Settings and Technique

Macro Close-Up Underwater Camera Settings 

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