Lionfish on a swirly soft coral and glassfish background, Red Sea, Eilat, Israel
Being a nomad in 2018 is a bit different than it was in the previous centuries—no camels or caravans. Instead, all underwater photographer Ran Mor needs is his laptop and a plane ticket. Along with his scuba instructor wife Danielle, Ran leads a digital nomadic life by working remotely from some of the best dive destinations in the world, including Greece, Belize, Bonaire, Mexico and Croatia.
Originally from Israel, Ran discovered his passion for the ocean while diving as a young man in the Red Sea. Underwater photography is not only a passion for Ran and his family but also a business: Ran’s brother owns his own underwater imaging retail company and the two often collaborate on gear reviews and guides.
Continuing with the family theme, Ran and his wife currently run Dive and More, a travel company specializing in small group dive travel. In recent years, Ran has led underwater photography workshops in destinations like Cuba, the Philippines, and the Bahamas. He is a frequent user and test diver of Fantasea housing systems.
Ghost pipefish close-up, Red Sea, Eilat, Israel
A fierce-looking seahorse head-on, Red Sea, Eilat, Israel
Two beautiful reef sharks crossing paths on a crystal clear day, Gardens of the Queen, Cuba
Niño the friendly croc shows some teeth in the mangroves of Gardens of the Queen, Cuba
A diver explores one of the impressive statues in MUSA, the underwater museum, Isla Mujeres, Mexico
Two nudibranchs get busy at Verde Island, Puerto Galera, Philippines
A tiny baby squid poses at night for the photographer, Puerto Galera, Philippines
A rare sighting of a spotted eagle ray just offshore, Eilat, Israel
Ran (a new father!) takes a pause from photographing and leading trips to pose on the other side of the camera
Plan Your Adventure >