DivePhotoGuide.com is a comprehensive underwater photography and videography resource and award-winning website for photographers and videographers of all levels. Features include underwater photography technique guides, travel and destination guides, photo galleries, equipment guides, daily news, product reviews, event calendars, competitions, and a community of over 50,000 underwater photographers and videographers from around the globe. Several times each year we also host DPG underwater photography expeditions.
Whether you use a point-and-shoot or a DSLR, shoot stills or video, use one strobe or two, are a wide-angle junkie or a macro fanatic, DPG will provide you with the content, features and community that will help make your time out of the water a little more interesting, keep you informed about the world of underwater photography, and help improve your skills.
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Matt has been working full time at DPG since 2009, and is the world's only full time underwater photography editor. Matt also helped found the New York Underwater Photographic Society.
Matt spends over a third of the year in the field shooting assignments and running workshops. In 2011, Matt co-founded Scuba Diver Through The Lens, the world's first international underwater photography print magazine that is published quarterly and distributed in New York, Munich and Singapore.
After six years as a senior editor for a Singapore-based scientific book publisher, Ian became a freelance writer and editor in 2007. Since then, he has worked as an editor and writer for Asian Geographic Magazines, which publishes Scuba Diver Ocean Planet jointly with DPG.
As Managing Editor and Chief Operating Officer, Ian handles production schedules, commissions and manages contributors, edits and proofreads copy, posts photo and dive news, sends out weekly E-newsletters, and works with advertisers.
Joe is a photojournalist specializing in nature, travel and underwater photography. His work takes him across the globe from Indonesia to the Galápagos. His images and articles from these travels have been featured in numerous publications, such as Scuba Diving, Sport Diver, Scuba Diver Australasia, California Diver, and NYU's Baedeker Travel Magazine.
Joseph's awards include Young Underwater Photographer of the Year sponsored by Rolex (2012), Cayman Free Press top photographer (2011), and an honorable mention at the World Festival of Underwater Photography (2013).
Lia studied photography at New York City’s Parsons School of Design and has dabbled in various photographic disciplines since graduating in 2007. Her most recent assignments have highlighted the skills and stories surrounding freedivers. One of her dearest projects is the result of over 100 hours spent in a homemade submarine off of Honduras, documenting rarely seen and little-known creatures.
When she’s not juggling her roles as DPG Photo Editor, freelance photographer, and Creative Director of Prawno Apparel, Lia can usually be found dragging too much luggage through airports or attempting not to flood her housing.
Jason founded DPG in 2005 and was the publisher until 2010 when the company was purchased by Matt Weiss, who was the Editor-in-Chief at the time. Jason was pivotal in establishing DPG as a leader in underwater photography media and travel early on. Together, Jason and Matt secured DPG's role as a staple in the global underwater photography community and scuba-diving industry.
Jason is an accomplished digital marketing agency entrepreneur, consultant, public speaker, author, and also a commercial photographer. Jason currently works with the team as an advisor to help ensure that both the underwater photography community and the dive industry are being served in order to grow the business.
Wendy is a founding member of the DPG team. She was a key part of the client relationship management efforts that helped DPG earn a client service centric reputation. She also helped manage select DPG related events and international competitions. Wendy is also a co-founder of the New York Underwater Photographic Society.
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