2017 Underwater Photographer of the Year Results Announced!
Gabriel Barathieu (France)
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British Underwater Photographer of the Year 2017
‘Out of the Blue’
Nick Blake (UK)
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So Yat Wai (Hong Kong)
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‘Your home and my home’
Qing Lin (Canada)
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‘Face to face’
Ifj Lorincz Ferenc (Hungary)
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« From my own point of view, I have been captivated not only by the winning images but also by the stories behind how those images were achieved. The conception, the planning and the physical effort to achieve a successful result; it is those efforts that we, as judges, pay our respects to by taking out two days to meet up, sit together and look in detail at all the images. It is a mammoth task but one that we all agree is a privilege to be part of. »
Peter Rowlands, Chair of the jury 2017
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How the Parks of Tomorrow Will Be Different Shrinking glaciers, ocean acidification, and drought are three consequences of a warming planet, and each threatens to alter our national parks. Photographer Keith Ladzinski takes us on an immersive tour of America’s treasured—and changing—places.
America’s most special places will always be beautiful, but a warming climate forces us to accept that they can’t be frozen in time.
By Michelle Nijhuis
Photographs and Videos by Keith Ladzinski
This story appears in the December 2016 issue of National Geographic magazine.
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2016 DEEP Indonesia International Underwater Photo Competition DivePhotoGuide and Wetpixel are proud to announce the winners of the 2016 DEEP Indonesia International Underwater Photo Competition. In conjunction with the Our World Underwater International Photo and Video Competition, the contest makes up what is known as the “superbowl” of underwater imaging competitions, offering more than $100,000 in prizes.
Congratulations to Mathieu Foulquié, who took home the Best of Show award for a stunning image of mating toads.
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Michael Muller has carved a career out of impressive encounters. Famed for his portraits of the world’s most elite actors, musicians, and sports stars, he has spent the last decade diving to ocean depths around the world to create one of the most spectacular portfolios of underwater shark photography.
This Art Edition presents the best of Muller’s shark portfolio in its own metal shark cage, with the accompanying signed print Tear You Apart, 2009. A catalogue of adrenaline and awe, the edition includes the first known photograph of a great white breaching at night, as well as essays from Philippe Cousteau, Jr., marine biologist Alison Kock, and culture writer Arty Nelson.
Zena Holloway’s pictures have adorned the pages of the most glamorous magazines defining the most flamboyant advertising campaigns. CPN writer Mark Alexander finds out how Canon’s 4K filmmaking DSLR has taken her photography to new depths.
This week top photographer Zena Holloway shares her secrets for creating compelling underwater photography and film with huge commercial appeal. Holloway, whose clientele ranges from Nike to The Sunday Times, tells CPN why the EOS-1D C’s 4K movie capability affords another dimension to her surreal world below the surface. As well as digital cinema resolution, the EOS-1D C allows 8MP still images from 4K footage, giving her the confidence to commit to this all-in-one camera.
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Taking the plunge: Shooting underwater with the EOS-1D C
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Julia Deville, entrepreneuse active avec son mari Michel, ne se contente pas de gérer le trois-mâts «Waow» pour partager son bonheur avec tous ses heureux passagers. Tout naturellement, cette photographe affirmée sur terre ne pouvait vivre cette aventure qu’en emmenant ses objectifs sous l’eau.
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Portfolio n°194 – Les explorations du « Waow »
Meet the Master Photographer on a Mission to Help us See the Sea Without photography, the world beneath the ocean’s surface would remain an unseen mystery for most of us. Thank goodness for David Doubilet.
Pioneering underwater photographer David Doubilet—whose first photo was published in National Geographic in 1972—has dedicated his life to capturing the action, drama, and poetry of our oceans and bringing those images back to the surface for those of us who might never see those sights with our own eyes.