I’m usually a nature photographer, for me, the best pic you can take is already there, you just have to go for it.But today, I’m not writing just like a photographer. Instead, I want to tell you how I see the amazing art of modeling. Now days we live in a world bombed with information and, of course, images. We are so used to see people we don’t even know, trying to sell us products that, apparently, will change our lives. Advertisements on TV, on magazines, and now more than ever on the internet,... continue reading
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I love DIVE magazine in its new incarnation, very different to all the other diving magazines out there, more like a photography focused coffee table book. So I was very please to see that they've used one of my silky shark photos on page 9 of the latest edition, albeit cropped and uncredited, to illustrate an article about the listing of these stunning but endangered animals under CITES Appendix II. Very pleased that they've finally been given some protection, very please to see the image published... continue reading
Some friends asked me to make an exhibition of underwater photos for years. I was not sure that I have enough good photos for this purpose. But... on beginning of summer one friend took me to a new pub of his friend. Both together persuaded me to print and exhibit some photos.The exhibition started one week ago on Thursday the 8th of September and will last until half of October in pub M&M café bar. The first day of exhibition came mostly friends and we had great time on kind of vernissage :-... continue reading
I have been planning to go to see whale sharks for two years. There are for sure in Nabire (Papua, Indonesia), but to get there is not so easy. The city is small and it´s airport is even smaller. The plain tickets are expensive also because there are just two possibilities how to get there - from Jayapura or from Ambon. Both cities were far from my destinations.Also the trip to whale sharks from Nabire is expensive. When I was asking two years before, the price was 10 000 000 IDR - that´s 750... continue reading
I stayed at surface longer than others. My guide solved some technical problem on the equipment, so I didn´t dive headlong with the group, but I waited for him. Then we descended slowly along the coral reef and in that I saw him ...Wobbegong shark was lying at a depth of 10 meters on hard coral as on the plate. I prepared the camera except cutlery and approached the shark close at hand. I looked directly into the sharks mouth overgrown by prehistoric flounces while he watched my lens.Evidently... continue reading
On the ship we operationally changed the diving location. On the originally planned seemed to be little fish while the nearby locality had plenty of them. Then, when I looked from the bottom of sea toward the surface, thru the fish was barely see the sky. And the change of location was not great only because of the quantity of fish.We sailed along the coral reefs and from the darkness of water directly against us appeared shark (whitetip reef shark) and by the graceful arc disappeared again. We... continue reading
I'm again asking for your contributions to my following collections. Even if you don't have anything to contribute to these or to the ones mentioned in this past blog, you'll enjoy looking through them :)Moonlight & Moonlit CollectionGold or Golden CollectionBirds in Flight CollectionSharks CollectionBreathtaking Lakes CollectionCities at Night CollectionBrace yourselves for the upcoming... continue reading
So, new here, I was thinking about a subject for my first blog and decided to talk a bit about sharks. Main reason is simply because the shark photos I have are some of the most popular in my portfolio, so I thought people would like to read a blog about them. So, back on topic, here are my tips about shark photography:1. Location, location, location. Yes, just like in real estate location matters a lot when you want to photograph sharks. Unfortunately, sharks are heavily fished in most parts... continue reading
In seabed, we can find the feral shark, the gentler dolphin, the acaleph with various pose. Actually we can find many other strange halobios ... But the most important is that we can take many nice photos in there.The colorful underwater world:The rhythm of the acaleph: continue reading
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