Detailed reports about some of the best underwater photography destinations by accomplished photographers
Francesca Diaco heads to a muck mecca with both macro and wide-angle lenses
Underwater photographers become citizen scientists on one special trip
DPG Editor-at-Large Joe Tepper travels to the subarctic to photograph beluga whales
Marine biologist and underwater shooter Richard Smith heads to Siladen Resort to marvel at its amazing photographic subjects below the waterline
Discover why North Carolina is a world-class underwater photography destination for wrecks, sharks, and marine life
Brandi Mueller is treated to spectacular comforts, exquisite food, and awesome diving aboard a majestic traditional phinisi
Francesca Diaco heads to “the middle of nowhere” for her shark fix
Photographer Glen Cowans is spoiled for choice in Alor’s jam-packed waters
Daniel Norwood returns to the Galápagos armed with his video rig
Discover why summer is the perfect time to visit the Cayman Islands
Renee Capozzola packs her wide angle for the trip of a lifetime “East of Flores”
Brandi Mueller heads to North Sulawesi expecting critters... but finding lots, and lots, of turtles
Scott Portelli uncovers rare critters, unspoiled reefs, and WWII wrecks teeming with life
Eiko Jones braves rough seas and unpredictable weather to capture spectacular underwater scenes in the waters of British Columbia
I tend to rate a dive location by how much I wish to return to it and Wakatobi Marine Park, even after two visits, is one of my top choices. I have now returned for the third time to explore the...
Brandi Mueller heads back to the Philippines armed with both macro and wide-angle lenses
Francesca Diaco boards the Truk Master luxury liveaboard on a journey into a fascinating submerged past
Daniel Norwood takes on Palau’s sharks, turtles and big fish schools
Photographer Joanna Lentini journeys on a luxury liveaboard for an adventure of a lifetime
Daniel Norwood heads to the Azores in search of the big stuff
Walt Stearns boards the Pelagian to focus on the small stuff in the waters of Wakatobi
Alex Lindbloom discovers the breadth of photo possibilities at Bunaken National Park
Lia Barrett ventures to a pristine corner of Cuba to come face to face with crocodiles and sharks
From the endemic to prolific marine life, Galápagos diving has everything a photographer could want
William Tan visits one of diving’s most remote destinations—in style
Stefan Follows finds mola molas in the waters of Bali
Joe Tepper investigates the role of shark ecotourism in conservation aboard the Solmar V
Lee and Phil Burghard share their planning and execution of a recent shoot to Indonesia
Lia Barrett boards the Philippine Siren for a tour around the country’s most photogenic sites
Dan Norwood’s adventures in Fiji continue in the northern Bligh Waters
Dan Norwood tells tales of massive tiger sharks and unbounded soft coral from Fiji
Joe Tepper explores the remote waters off of Fiji on the Siren
Brandi Mueller continues her quest for the best macro diving in the world’s “Muck Diving Capital”
Brandi Mueller heads to Dumaguete on an epic quest to capture critters
Ellen Cuylaerts braves the cold for the chance to shoot rare cetaceans
Lia Barrett dives the one coastal city in Jordan, Aqaba, and discovers a peaceful oasis of underwater life
David Hall braves British Columbia’s chilly waters to capture some spectacular marine life
Lia Barrett discovers the Palau beyond Jellyfish Lake on a luxury liveaboard
The hidden paradise between the world famous dive spots Lembeh Strait and Bunaken
Off the map destination reveals a secret seal opportunity
Chase Darnell discovers the hidden macro gems on the USS Kittiwake
Lia Barrett travels to the Similan Islands to revisit her underwater photography roots
Photographer Daniel Norwood visits an unlikely shark photo destination
Luxury and marine conservation converge at an Indonesian dive resort
Daniel Norwood lives it up at Aiyanar Beach and Dive Resort and revels in some of the best underwater photo opportunities the Philippines has to offer
Naomi Blinick discovers blue seas, tropical fish, lush coral gardens, and a multitude of historic shipwrecks
Brandi Mueller introduces the wonders of an off-the-map underwater photo gem
Matt Weiss and Christian Vizl unearth Mexico's rough diamond
Joe Tepper goes in search of “big fish stories” in Micronesia
Daniel Norwood photographs the world's biggest fish in Mexico
Tips for shooting in nature’s underwater photography studio
Stunning photo series of the latest whale shark hot spot
Joe Tepper explores the hidden underwater photo gems of Palau
Jeremy Cuff's trip to Donsol and Ticao in the Philippines
Walt Stearns shares his wide angle at Wakatobi experience
DPG Editors visit Komodo with the Arenui
David Salvatori takes us to the latest macro hotspot in Europe
In the first of a series, Naomi Blinick explores the best of our National Parks
Tobias Friedrich photographs the pristine underwater backdrop of Greenland
DPG contributor Brandi Mueller goes to wreck photography heaven
Brandi Mueller travels down under for some of the world’s best underwater photography
Michele Westmoreland and Deborah Kirk explore millennia-old caves
Learn why the world’s muck capital is a must for any photographer
Richard Smith takes us beyond Wakatobi's Resort aboard their Pelagian Liveaboard
In the latest article in the series, Joe Tepper takes us to bountiful Bali
In part two of the series, Joseph Tepper boards the FeBrina Liveaboard in Papua New Guinea to explore Father's Reef
Divephotoguide dives into the best underwater photography in the Indo-Pacific
In part one of the series, Joseph Tepper explores the wide-angle beauty at Kimbe Bay
Dan Norwood attacks his critter wish list @ Critters@Lembeh
Jason Bradley puts on his long underwear and dives into the rich waters of Alaska
Justin Gillian reports on his recent trip to the Revillagigedos Islands
Dauin offers photographers opportunities to photograph the alluring odd macro subjects of the Indo Pacific.
Keri Wilk reports on his recent adventures aboard the Kona Aggressor Liveaboard
Jeremy Kozman reports from under the Blue Heron Bridge
Joseph Tepper shows us why Bali is a world-class diving destination
Jason Heller describes the rush of photographing sharks, dolphins, whales and millions of sardines during a DPG Sardine Run Expedition
Steve De Neef travels to Dimakya Island in the Philippines to search for the elusive dugong, but ends up finding much more than he expected
Day 2 of diving Mexico's cenotes on the Mexico DPG expedition
Coverage of the DPG Expedition to Mexico to photograph the cenotes and sailfish
Scott Bennett travels on the S/Y Philippine Siren to discover the photographic opportunities of the Visayas, Philippines.
Jeremy Cuff photographs the Cayman Islands aboard the Aggressor during Family Week
Mike Ball's Spoilsport blends luxury and adventure into an amazing experience on the Great Barrier Reef
Cal Mero heads to South Australia to photograph captive blue fin tuna
Vasco Pinhol details his trip to photograph the extremely endangered Mediterranean monk seal.
Cal Mero goes searching for Great Whites in Australia, and even though he missed the sharks, he still came back with great wildlife experiences
Mike Bartick dives San Miguel, California to photograph unique penpoint gunnels, nudibranchs, kelp forests and more
Mike Bartick dives one of Southern California's oil rigs, the Eureka, to explore its unique underwater photography opportunities
Mike Bartick heads to Anilao, Philippines to uncover its macro life
In 2007 Filip Staes placed first in the compact category in the Our World Underwater competition, co-hosted by DivePhotoGuide and Wetpixel. His prize was a trip to Komodo with Kararu. He reports on...
Amos Nachoum reports on diving cage-free with Great White sharks at Guadalupe island. Controversial? Probably. But the images speak for themselves. What do you think? Add your comments
Amos Nachoum shoots Anacondas, River Dolphins nad Piranhas in Brazil's Amazon River
Andrea & Antonella Ferrari experiment with close-focus fisheye macro photography in Lembeh
Keri Wilk reports on his trip to Komodo with Archipelago Fleet, a prize he won for taking 2nd place in the Macro Traditional category at Our World Underwater 2008
In the last few years, this unassuming dive site on Bali's north east coast has become one of the islands crown jewels of muck diving sites
When I was told that I had won the 1st Place in the a Wide-angle category of the Our World Underwater I couldn't be happier, because the prize was a trip to Revillagigedo (Socorro). I had visited...
Situated in a small archipelago just Southeast of Sulawesi, a large Amoeba shaped island in the center of Indonesia, Wakatobi is truly a slice of paradise in the middle of nowhere
Bisecting the North Sulawesi mainland from nearby Lembeh Island, the Lembeh Strait is justifiably famous as one of the world's premier muck diving destinations. Legions of divers and underwater...
CRITTER CENTRAL Lembeh, one-stop destination for fantastic muck diving. The world's full of triangles. There's the Golden Triangle, the Triangle of the Bermudas and then of course, most...
EASY AND COMFORTABLE DIVING The purest image of natural serenity, the sandbank of Kapalai (insert link to http://www.dive-malaysia.com) and its exclusive resort-on-stilts lie on a patch of...
More than 60 years after Operation Crossroads, Bikini Atoll brings divers face to face with history...
From May 18 to June 1 we invested two weeks between Malpelo (off Colombia) and Cocos islands (Off Costa Rica) both are about 250 miles west off the coast of Central America on board the superb...
It's still possible to find virtually undiscovered, entirely unspoiled reefs - with some effort. India's Andaman Islands offer this and more: pristine reefs, a smoking volcano, and a snorkelling...
Located in the heart of South-east Asia, Thailand and Myanmar (a.k.a. Burma) have long been recognized for their exotic culture, stunning scenery, and fascinating historical sights. For many...
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