Photographer Kurt Arrigo lived out a childhood dream when he boarded a plane and made his way to Tonga. He made the long journey across the world to dive into the waters and photograph humpback whales. As an experienced underwater photographer, he knew that he needed to keep his expectations in check—one never knows what can happen when working with living creatures. Luckily, the trip more than exceeded what he'd hoped.
The prestigious Underwater Photographer of the Year competition is back and the 2022 winners are better than ever.
Photographer Joram Mennes has an interesting creative niche.
What’s just below the ocean’s surface? In the wondrous images by National Geographic photographer David Doubilet, we get a glimpse into the world beneath the water. Known as the “Audubon of the sea,” Doubilet captures vivid sights that are a split view, simultaneously showing what’s happening atop the water as well as within it. The results are fascinating; a magenta jellyfish, for instance, blooms in the foreground, punctuated with a backdrop of tall pine trees.
Marine biologist and photographer Jeff Milisen loves exploring the unknown.
Photographer Barbara Cole creates exquisite fine art photographs that blur the line between reality and a dream.
Renowned Wildlife Photographer Wants Your Help Preserving the Marine Life of the Galápagos [Interview]
Did you know that 71% of the Earth's surface is covered in water? As the planet battles pollution and climate change, it becomes increasingly important to protect our oceans for the sake of the creatures who reside in them. Doing so will benefit humans, too; it's a battle we all need to fight.
The depths of the ocean are a powerful draw for researchers, experienced divers, and photographers alike.
If the finalists are any indication, the inaugural Ocean Photography Awards, presented by Oceanographic Magazine, is off to a great...
Freediver and photographer Dan Legend captures the magic of the ocean in his alluring underwater images. His photos showcase swimmers as they're submerged in the cerulean water and interact with the creatures within it, offering a look into a world that many of us might never have the chance to explore.
Brazilian photographer Marcio Cabral is known for his underwater panoramas.
For the 16th year, Scuba Diving magazine has organized the Through Your Lens Underwater Photo Contest.