Underwater photography is one of the toughest genres in photography. Herethe photographers need to be a deep sea diver as well. But there is no denying the fact that the whole experience is absolutely thrilling. Underwater you are going to come across different types of subjects. Some of them are going to shy away from your camera; others will greet and pose before you or simply yawn at you. Amidst all these diversified reactions, you need to capture the best possible moments.
The underwater photographer needs to be a good swimmer. Therefore, if you are planning to specialize in underwater photography, then you need to sharpen your swimming skills and learn the techniques whereby you can float in a single place. Settle yourself at a place under the water and wait for the variety fishes around you to get used to you and the gadgets so that they do not run away from your flash light. The saying ‘practice makes a person better’ is aptly suitable for this style of photography. The more you dive underwater and click photographers, the better results you are going to get. Moreover, it will also help in understanding the behavior of the underwater life and adjust to it.
This photo was taken by hellosa.
3. Sea turtle
Red sea diving big sea turtle sitting on colorful coral reef.
This photo was taken by tamergunal.
5. Sea World
Photographs in aquariums around the world.
This photo was taken by Tomasz Grabowiecki.
7. Clown fish
This photo was taken by aitvaras.
This photo was taken by Blepharopsis.
11. Another World
Amazing underwater monsters from the cold waters of the White Sea.
12. Aqua Life
This photo was taken by Janvier Bryan.
This photo was taken by Norayr Chilingarian.
14. Aquatic life
This photo was taken by Alex Schitikoff.
This photo was taken by Aerorato.
16. Beach crawler
A crab from Biak island, Irian Jaya.
This photo was taken by Guenter Hoeps.
18. Deep Red Sea
20. Grey Streak
This photo was taken on June 22, 2012 using a Canon EOS 7D.
21. Happy to see you
This photo was taken by woxys.
This photo was taken by semorile.
24. Playa del Carmen
25. Sardine Run
These photographs reveal one of nature’s greatest phenomena the annual sardine run. Millions of the fish move north along the coast of South Africa where they are eaten by dolphins, sharks and gannets in a huge feeding frenzy.
26. Sea horse
27. Star fish
This photo was taken on January 15, 2012 using a Nikon D7000.
This photo was taken on September 30, 2006 using an Olympus C740UZ.
29. Wall of tuna
Underwater wall of tuna.
Editor note: Contributor Christopher Jackson is an editor at DesignCrowd UK where he researches design trends