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Winners Announced For The Ocean Art Underwater Photo Contest

15 December 2011 - 09:37 PM

Greetings Fellow Photographers!

The Second Annual Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition, organized by the Underwater Photography Guide, has announced its winners for 2011. This year's Ocean Art Photo Competition represents entrants from over fifty countries!

Winning photos can be seen here:

Over $82,000 worth of prizes will be awarded to 52 underwater photographers.

Judges this year included prestigious professional photographers Marty Snyderman, Bonnie Pelnar, Martin Edge, and Tony Wu.

The Best of Show was a stunning wide-angle photograph of several manta rays, taken by Tobias Friedrich of Germany. Other stunning images include a hunting leopard seal, a pair of eels, and a beautiful squid composition. Thousands of entries were viewed by the judges before the final set of amazing images were selected, and deemed some of the best underwater photos in the world.

Happy Holidays!

Ocean Art Underwater Photo Contest - Accepting Entries

15 September 2011 - 04:10 PM

Hello photographers! I am pleased to share with you that the 2011 Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition has been announced, brought to you by the Underwater Photography Guide. With a stunning prize total of over $82,000 USD, this is one of the largest single underwater photo competitions ever held. We will be accepting entries until November 20, 2011.

This year's competition will again feature an 'Underwater Model/ Fashion' category. The main contest page is here: http://www.uwphotogr...to-contest-2011

Looking for inspiration? Here are the winning photographs from the 2010 Ocean Art Photo Competition.

Best of luck to everyone!

Underwater Photography Tutorial Site

13 September 2011 - 04:30 PM

Anyone out there interested in trying underwater photography, or taking their underwater photography to the next level? There's a great website out there that provides current, valuable, and relevant information. The best part is that it's free!

Check it out here ---> Underwater Photography Guide