Underwater Photography

August 24, 2022

Stunning Submerged Photography Offers New Artistic Perspective on Life Underwater

Renowned underwater photographer Christian Vizl is known for his unique black-and-white imagery. Over 30 years of his work culminated in the publication of his 2019 book Silent Kingdom. Now, after nearly two years of silence, Vizl is back with a new series of work that is a complete transformation of his style. I Am Water is a stunning new series that sees Vizl pushing his work toward abstraction.

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February 14, 2022

Close Encounters With Sharks Win 2022 Underwater Photographer of the Year Contest

The prestigious Underwater Photographer of the Year competition is back and the 2022 winners are better than ever. Spain's Rafael Fernandez Caballero was named Underwater Photographer of the Year while Australia's Matty Smith took the title of British Underwater Photographer of the Year. Both photographers were awarded for their incredible images of sharks.

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May 19, 2021

Marine Biologist’s Blackwater Photos Uncover Hidden Ocean Creatures [Interview]

Marine biologist and photographer Jeff Milisen loves exploring the unknown. From his home in Kona, Hawaii to the waters of Papua New Guinea, he leaves no underwater territory unturned. Milisen is a pioneer of blackwater photography and is fueled by the desire to document the vast array of microscopic plankton and sea creatures that inhabit our oceans. Blackwater photography is done during a deepwater night dive over the open ocean.

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December 7, 2020

Rare Octopus With Transparent Head Caught by Blackwater Photographer [Interview]

The depths of the ocean are a powerful draw for researchers, experienced divers, and photographers alike. The vast bodies of water which cover over 70 percent of the planet’s surface are still being explored and documented. Lured by mystery, blackwater photographers dive at night into icy, pitch-dark depths. Taipei-based photographer Wu Yung-sen has been deep sea diving and photographing marine life for four years.

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