February 2013 Photo Contest
DPG is very proud to announce the winners of our February Monthly Photo Contest.
The theme for the month was “Silhouettes” and the winner of a free subscription to Scuba Diver-Through
the Lens magazine is Daniel Salgado!
Daniel’s eerie and interesting mussel shot was a judge favorite for it’s creativity. Well done Daniel!
Second place went to Shane Gross for a diver shot that gave a beautiful sense of place with an out of the ordinary composition. Cornelia Thieme grabbed a spot in third place for her stunning light rays and excellent sense of movement.
Second Place- Shane Gross
Third Place- Cornelia Thieme
As always, a big thank you to our all-star team of judges, who help sift through hundreds of images each month- DPG editors Matt Weiss, Joseph Tepper, and Katy Danca Galli, Keri Wilk, Jeff De Guzman, Steve De Neef, Tobias Friedrich and Mark Fuller.
Congrats to the winners and all who entered—and here’s a reminder to submit your best "juvenile and egg" shots to the March monthly contest, open now! The deadline is March 31st at midnight.
More About Scuba Diving Through The Lens
Scuba Diver AustralAsia, the premier dive magazine in Asia, has teamed up with DivePhotoGuide.com, a world leader in underwater photography media and Edition Fifty Fathoms, the prestigious art photo magazine collectible, to create Scuba Diver Through
The Lens, the first international underwater photography magazine.
Scuba Diver Through The Lens will be published quarterly in both a print and digital format by Asian Geographic in Singapore and will be distributed globally through New York and Germany. The new magazine is designed to educate the global underwater photography and
videography community on equipment, techniques and travel destinations, as well as highlight the world’s top underwater photographers and photography
- May 2019Theme: SharkCon 2019
- July 2018Theme: Pink (Macro)
- June 2018Theme: Pink (Wide Angle)
- July 2017Theme: Pink
- August 2014Theme: Nudibranchs
- July 2014Theme: Sharks
- April 2014Theme: Coral Reefs
- March 2014Theme: Syngnathidae (Seahorses, Pipefish, and Seadragons)
- February 2014Theme: Your Favorite Shot
Plan Your Adventure >