At 250 feet, technical divers explore the Oldenburg wreck, in Norway
Photographer of the Week, René B. Andersen, shares with us his images from the temperate waters surrounding Scandinavia. René began diving 17 years ago and took his first camera underwater four years later. Diving to depths of 300 feet, René has had the opportunity to record images few people will ever see firsthand. Through a combined passion for technical diving, exploration, and underwater photography, René’s images transport viewers to another realm—thick with history.
Some might call René a frontier photographer and diver, as he investigates corners of the sea few dare to go—and does so with highly technical equipment. The images he brings back from the depths are artifacts in and of themselves. And while we have featured René’s wreck photography, he also documents tropical seas and dabbles in landscape photography.
Konsol Carl Fisser, Norway
Elisabeth Bornhofen, Norway
HMS Invincible, Denmark
René, all kitted out
To see more of René’s work, visit his website, www.UVgalleri.dk.
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