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Photographer of the Week – Kimber Kiefer
By Joseph Tepper, November 1, 2018 @ 04:00 AM (EST)

A great hammerhead shark swims over a group of divers in the Bahamas

There are those who like to be behind the camera. There are those who like to be in front of it. And then there’s Kimber Kiefer—who is as comfortable in either situation.

Kimber—a native Texan as she’d proudly point out—loves the adventure of traveling, exploring the ocean, and underwater modeling in all settings. But she’s much more than a model: Kimber fell in love with the ocean after becoming a certified diver at age 16, and is now a PADI Divemaster. She shares her passion for diving and creating underwater art with her husband Ken.

Kimber usually finds herself in front of the camera or shooting behind the scenes. Lately, she has picked up a penchant for creating her own special images—from crocs to hammerhead sharks. “The sky is the limit and don’t let anyone or anything stop you from achieving your goals,” says Kimber. “It all begins with believing in yourself—never give up and always be YOU!”

A duo of great white sharks at Guadalupe Island

Dolphins play near the surface in the Bahamas

Kimber captures a snap of her husband Ken and a stingray

Kimber’s behind-the-scenes shots have turned into a love for photography

Kimber frequently dives with sharks and crocodiles

A croc comes in for a capture at Chinchorro Banks, Mexico

Kimber is one of the rare divers who finds satisfaction being behind the camera and in front of it

Smile! A great hammerhead shark swims by in a close pass

Kimber’s love for diving and the ocean goes back to age 16

A pair of bull sharks captured in black and white

A classic Kimber capture: Her husband Ken and a shark swimming in the background

Kimber in action as an underwater photographer with a pair of hammerheads

For more of Kimber’s awesome imagery, and inspiring story, visit her website, www.kimberkiefer.com


tyr gungnir
Nov 12, 2018 1:14 PM
tyr gungnir wrote:
waa the sand
John Bravo
Dec 1, 2018 4:32 AM
John Bravo wrote:
More than the courage of the pictures you took.

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