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BSOUP International Focus-on
Photographers from 17 countries around the world entered this year’s International Focus-on Competition, organised by the British Society of Underwater Photographers (BSoUP).
Antibes festival open to Digital format
The 33rd World Festival of Underwater Pictures will take place in Antibes from 25 to 29 October 2006.
Underwater filming for IMAX requires experienced cameramen who are expert divers with the highest levels of concentration, but even then things can go wrong. Film-maker Howard Hall tells all. Photographs by Michele Hall
Seascapes - A devil of a time
Ginnie Springs, Florida, USA.
Big Shot - Do you floss?
A common belief among photographers is that images which win competitions are seldom suitable for other purposes.
Seascapes - If you can keep your head...
Great white shark photography is based on the word ‘If’. If there are sharks, if there is good light, if the water is clear, if the camera does not flood.
Big Shot - Feeding Time
Never accept that it is impossible to photograph a subject in a new and refreshing way.
Big Shot - The Sting
Macro-maniacs take note! This is the type of image that attracts attention because it captures such an unusual glimpse of life in the sea.
Seascapes - Foot Fetish
Sand is more than a place to wiggle your toes – it is a complex environment created by geological processes and generations of coral-munching parrotfish.
Big Shot - Living for the moment
When it comes to underwater photography, there are portrait shots, there are behaviour shots and there are high-impact wide-angle shots.
Seascapes - Devil's Crown, South Galapagos
I was swimming along the outside edge of a volcanic formation called the Devil’s Crown, a magnificent outcrop in the southern Galápagos Islands.
Seascapes - Ewans Pond, South Australia
The southeast corner of South Australia is as porous as Swiss cheese.
Big Shot - Open Wide
Sometimes you can nurse an image in your mind’s eye for many years before you have the good fortune to be able to ‘click’ on it
Seascapes - Muddy Waters
There are few pictures of mud crabs, perhaps because they live in the dark, gelatinous mud of mangroves.
Big Shot - School's Out
Seascapes - The Desperate Dance
Big Shot - Doing the Splits
Seascapes - Coral Tapestry
Seascapes - Run out of Town
Big Shot - Neon Sights
Seascapes - Rust in Peace, Cayman Brac
Big Shot - Big Fish in a Big Pond
5 steps to digital dominance
Seascapes - Face to Face
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