DPG Announces November Contest
By Lia Barrett, November 6, 2013 @ 06:00 AM (EST)
Are you tired of waiting for blennies to come out of their holes, sharks to pay attention to you, and morays to open their mouths? If so, then this month's contest might be right up your alley! That's right, "Humans and Divers" includes freedivers, scuba divers, fashion, snorkelers - anything goes! So dig into your archives or get creative with your buddy and enter your three best images for a chance to win a sweet prize bundle of hoodies and t-shirts from Prawno Apparel.
Entering is easy: Simply scroll down and use our image uploading system to enter an image or select a picture from one of your existing DPG galleries. You can enter up to three images per contest; and best of all, it’s totally FREE!
A full set of rules and guidelines is available here.
The deadline for entering this month's contest is November 30, at 11:59 PST
More About Prawno
Prawno was born from a love of marine life and dive culture. Underwater photographer Lia Barrett creates each design by pulling imagery directly from underwater imagery. Among other animals are manta rays from Western Australia, squid from Indonesia, and even a deep sea squat lobster shot from Karl Stanley's submarine below 2,000 feet. Discreetly placed within the designs are locations and depths at which the marine animals were photographed.
(Manta Trust design)
Prawno is committed to promoting deep sea awareness and supporting ocean conservation and coastal community empowerment projects. Beyond donating a portion of all proceeds to organizations focusing on these issues, Prawno has partnered with the TruBlue Foundation to create designs to support the protection of the critically endangered Maui's dolphin, and has created an exclusive design to benefit Manta Trust.
Fantasea FG7X II
Ikelite Housing for Nikon D500
I-DiveSite Venom 35s
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Stephen was born in Hong Kong and studied in N.America. Though with a couple of master's degrees, he has become full time marine photojournalist since 1997. Now worldwide capturing images with wife, Takako Uno. Works have...