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Steve Jones


United Kingdom
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30 years




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Steve Jones is an underwater photographer and journalist based in the UK. He is a photographer-in-residence at the Ocean Geographic Society and a member of the Ocean Artists Society. He has over 25 years diving experience and spent most of the 90’s working as a professional dive guide and instructor in the Indian Ocean. It was there that his passion for photography led to him working as guide to a number of the world’s premier underwater photographers and subsequently in 1996, respected German magazine “Unterwasser” published his own work.
Steve’s award winning images and articles have subsequently gone on to be published in over 25 countries in journals such as Ocean Geographic, Tauchen and Scuba Diving and newspapers including the Times, the Telegraph and numerous book projects He is truly in his element when leading expeditions to remote and unexplored locations.

What I look for in a Dive Operator:
The choice of operator is such a key consideration. The prime thing I look for is an understanding of photographers particular needs and flexibility when dealing with experienced divers. I like dealing with dive centers that are responsive to requests for information, even before my visit. This particularly helps when planning the timing of a trip. Experienced guides who know their dive sites are essential. A good boat crew is also a real plus, especially when diving in challenging conditions as they can make all the difference when getting yourself and your precious equipment in and out of the water as fast as possible. All these things are in addition to my basic requirements of a safety conscious and environmentally responsible approach.

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