Red Sea sunset split, Ras Katy, Red Sea, Egypt
Photographer of the Week, Nicholas More, began scuba diving in 1991 off the coast of the Florida Keys, but it wasn’t until 2009 that he decided to explore the world of underwater photography. Traveling through the Red Sea, Nick met several underwater photographers who inspired him to take up the craft. Then, after attending Alex Mustard’s lighting workshop, Nick noticed a real turning point in his underwater photography.
While Nick spends most days working as a dentist in Leicestershire, England, his true passion lies far away within the tropical, cerulean waters of our blue sphere. Nick's love for the ocean and photography is clearly evident with one glance through this stunning and dynamic portfolio. Creatively captured with various photographic techniques, these vivid images reveal Nick’s mastery of underwater photography and lighting. Whether shooting the tiniest critters in Indonesia or large pelagics of the Red Sea, his creativity and technical prowess shine through in each mesmerizing image.
Caribbean reef shark, Nassau, Bahamas
Nembrotha cristata, Raja Ampat, Indonesia
Whitemouth jacks, Roca Partida, Socorro Islands
Coconut octopus and friends, Lembeh, Indonesia
Giant manta silhouette, El Boiler, Socorro Islands
Great hammerhead shark, Bimini, Bahamas
Porcelain crab, Manado Bay, North Sulawesi, Indonesia
Giant manta ray, El Boiler, Socorro Islands
Hairy frogfish, Lembeh, Indonesia
Anthias swarm, Ras Mohammed National Park, Red Sea, Egypt
Lionfish, Gubal Island, Red Sea, Egypt
Gray Seal, The Farnes, UK
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