Plastic in the ocean is a problem. That will be news to precisely none of you. It’s still worth talking about though, even now. Plastic is an obvious part of all of our lives and, despite the global scale of the concern, it’s one … [Read more...] about Net Loss: Photographing Seabirds and Plastic Pollution in Norway
Wildlife & Underwater Photography
Tips, gear and techniques to help you learn and improve your photography.
I've been using the Sony FE 90 mm G OSS macro lens as my go-to underwater macro photography lens since late 2018. I really enjoy using it – with the exception of poor autofocus in low light underwater using the Sony A7rIII, which … [Read more...] about Sample Photos from the Sony FE 90 mm f/2.8 G Macro Lens
Simon J. Pierce, PhD Principal Scientist, Marine Megafauna Foundation I've previously co-authored a couple of review articles on photo-identification, the first way back in 2012, and the book chapter that this article is … [Read more...] about Photographic Identification of Sharks & Rays: A Review & User Guide
Fluorescing moray eel at Nosy Sakatia, Madagascar Bored of simply trying to take good photos, with complicated equipment, while lying suspended in thick liquid, within an unbreathable, alien environment? Don't worry, I have a … [Read more...] about Underwater Fluorescence Photography (Reef Raves for Masochists)
Thresher sharks are one of those animals, like flying snakes or walrus, that are obviously made up. Except they aren't. Thresher sharks are big. Common threshers (Alopias vulpinus), the largest of the three species, grow to … [Read more...] about The Thresher Sharks of Malapascua Island, Philippines