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Underwater Photography Workshops - My Tips

I thought the Red Sea workshop with Alex Mustard was brilliant to I thought of writing down my notes and sharing them with you.

This final post is a general one and has my lesson learned from attending the workshop, those that follow are generic tips that I think would be beneficial to anyone wanting to attend a similar experience. 687 more words


The fringing reefs of Espirtu Santo

As an environmentalist and geographer, normally when I travel in developing counties I’m overwhelmed by scenes of pollution and poverty and can’t help but worry about our natural environment and the indigenous minorities that rely on it for their subsistence.  176 more words

DPP. Part One - Workflow: A Reflection

This blog is concerned with an overall reflection on Part One of the Digital Photographic Practice module on the Open College of the Arts BA in Photography dealing with workflow.   470 more words

Digital Photographic Practice

Street and Underwater Photography - The Link; A Reflection

The link between street and underwater photography might, at first sight, not appear obvious.  However, Paul Colley in his book Winning Images (Dived Up Publications, 2014), which is reviewed… 541 more words

Street Photography

Blue Oblivion - And Where Are the Sharks?

We may spend the majority of our lives with feet planted on Terra Firma, but that, in reality, is not the planet we live on. We live on Oceana; about 71% of our planet’s surface is water covered, and most of it is briny. 745 more words


Paul Colley: Winning Images With Any Underwater Camera - A Review

Underwater photography has been dominated for many years by a concern with the technical aspects of the art.  Almost every underwater image is accompanied by a detailed technical description of the camera settings and the type of housing and strobes used.   682 more words

Paul Colley