Imaging Articles

Shooter: Ned DeLoach

By Stephen Frink


Underwater Images on a Single Breath

By Stephen Frink

The art of freedive photography
Shooter: Doug Perrine

By Stephen Frink


Wide Angle with Models

By Stephen Frink


Doug Perrine Gallery

Photos by Doug Perrine


Symphony of the Reef Gallery

Ethan Daniels


Alex Mustard

By Stephen Frink


Underwater Video with DSLRs

By John Ellerbrock

What you should know (and may not)
Alex Mustard Gallery

Alex Mustard


Ocean Views 2013

By Eric Cheng, publisher and founder, Wetpixel.com; director of photography, Lytro Inc.

A time capsule of excellence

Ocean Views 2013: Winners Gallery


Ocean Views Photo Contest 2013 Bonus Gallery


Amos Nachoum: Master of Megafauna

By Stephen Frink


Celebrating Slow

By Stephen Frink

Using slow shutter speeds for creative effects
Pete Zuccarini: Bringing the Blue to the Big Screen

By Stephen Frink


Cave Photography

By Liz Rogers


Brandon Cole: Immersed in the Wild

By Stephen Frink


Tangling with Kelp

By Andy Sallmon and Allison Vitsky Sallmon

Photography in the underwater forest
Brandon Cole Gallery

Photos by Brandon Cole


Kelp Gallery


Ocean Views 2012

By Paul Nicklen


Ocean Views 2012 Winners


Ocean Views 2012 Bonus Gallery


Unique Techniques

Bioluminescence, Snoot Photography and Pole Cams.
Brian Skerry: The Art of Marine Conservation

By Stephen Frink


Unique Techniques Bonus Gallery


Kittiwake- A Photographer's Perspective Gallery

By Stephen Frink


Kittiwake’s First Anniversary

By Stephen Frink


Beneath Cold Seas

By David Hall

A warm-water photographer finds new inspiration.
Flip Nicklin

By Stephen Frink

Cetacean photographer extraordinaire
Blue Water

By Richard Herrmann


Ernest H. Brooks II

By Stephen Frink

In a sea of silver
Filming Great Whites

Filmed by Howard Hall

A behind-the-scenes look
Close Encounters of the Oceanic Kind

By Stephen Frink

Shooting oceanic white tip sharks
Immerse Yourself in Photo Education Gallery


Cocos Islands 2010

Film by Howard Hall


Immerse Yourself in Digital Master Photography Education

By Tim Grollimund

The benefits of continuing education
Ocean Views Photo Contest 2011 Bonus Gallery


Ocean Views Photo Contest 2011: Winners Gallery


The Art of Underwater Modeling

By Carlos Estape


Wide-Angle Lighting Techniques

By Stephen Frink


David Doubilet: A life shaped by water, light and time

By Stephen Frink


The Blue Ocean in RED Video

Video by Howard Hall

Howard Hall's "best of" collection for 2010.
Tribute to a Legend: Wes Skiles

By Stephen Frink (from an interview with Terri Skiles)

In July 2010, the diving industry lost one of its most beloved and talented photographers when Wes Skiles died on a seemingly routine dive off Boynton Beach, Fla. In an interview with Wes' widow, Terri, "Shooter" takes a look back at the man behind the legend.
Easy Masking in Photoshop CS5

By Eddie Tapp

The technological advances in Adobe's newest release, Creative Suite 5, makes masking and blending faster and easier in Photoshop CS5. In this tutorial, learn how to mask and color-correct your images.
Compact Cameras for Underwater Use

By Stephen Frink

Expanded options and enhanced performance define the niche.
Ocean Views Photo Contest: The Universe of Images

Now Accepting Entries for 2011!
click here for more info.
Dive into CS5

By Eddie Tapp

Part of Adobe's newest release, Creative Suite 5, Photoshop CS5 can dramatically improve the imaging workflow for photographers. There are many amazing new technologies built into the software suite, far too much for the cursory overview space allows here, but allow me to illustrate some common photo problems and what CS5 can do to help.
Ocean Views Photo Contest Winners

Presented in collaboration with Nature's Best Photography magazine
Convergent Evolution

By Howard Hall

What new digital technology means for still and moving images
Sailfish Drama Video

Video by Howard Hall

Sailfish Drama was captured at Isla Mujeres, Mexico in February 2010.
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