Photo by Iswanto Arif How to choose the right camera and underwater housing There are so many advances in camera and underwater housing these days it can be a bit overwhelming trying to stay current with technology and to find
Adrienne in action – Photo by Steve Woods How to master perfect buoyancy for underwater photography So you want to be an underwater photographer? You might think that the most important skills to master are all the technical aspects of
Stonefish Why dive at night? Night dives are a fascinating but often intimidating form of diving for new divers. Add the complication of underwater photography and it becomes even more of a challenge. But underwater night photography can be very
Photo by Tom Hart Catch-and-release fishing: Torture by another name I apologise in advance. This month’s blog is going to be a little bit of a rant. A well informed balanced argument culminating in my very strong opinion. I see
Adrienne in action – Photo by Steve Woods Early days The first time someone handed me a camera underwater was in the Cayman Islands in 2003. It completely threw me for six! (Where does that expression come from anyway?) I
Island Paradise I lived for seven years in the Cayman Islands and in the end the government had to prize me out to get rid of me. I didn’t want to leave. But there is a time limit on everything.
How I became an award-winning filmmaker! Discovering the joy of diving When I first started my journey of self-discovery more than 15 years ago, I was terrified of the ocean and what might be in it to eat me! I