Underwater Corals by Felix Salazar
Posts tagged underwater.
Bubbles, Hengki Koentjoro
UNDERWATER | NATURAL SPRING
Johannesburg, South Africa-based Photographer Ilse Moore - “While my underwater photography often involves commercial shoots, my conceptual work speaks of a subconscious denial of reality. I have always been attracted to surreal imagery. I believe that photography as a medium lends a kind of realism to these ‘fantasies’, allowing it to exist in closer relationship to the viewer. I like that it suggests the possibility of an indiscernible truth. Shooting underwater seemed like the logical next step in finding a balance between the surreal world and my own reality…”
“I always wanted to be Peter Pan, the boy who never grows up. I can’t fly, but swimming is the next best thing. It’s harmony and balance. The water is my sky”. - Clayton Jones Biography
Pollux Awards 2011
The Worldwide Photography Gala Awards announces the overall winners and awardees of the 2011 WPGA Annual Pollux Awards.
20,320 images were received from 72 countries, in 6 monthly consecutive contests, whose results were merged to select the overall awardees.
Awarded works will be invited to exhibit their works at The Palais de Glace in Buenos Aires, from January 19th to February 15th, 2012.
I’m so excited to be chosen from the thousands of artists to be apart of this show! I only wish i had the money to come visit Buenos Aires to see the show in the incredible The Palais de Glace!
To view all the wonderful photographes please check out there website at this link:
This is the winning image from my nude underwater series “Omni-Phantasmic”….the piece is entitled “Dismantling Connections”
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From Kona on the Big Island of Hawai’i, I am incessantly glued to camera viewfinders, dafins, and the sea. My aim in making photos is to capture and accentuate the beauty in what surrounds me. Photography to me is a mode of visual problem solving and a way to perpetuate the stoke, whether it be above the surface or below. - Sarah Lee
Photographer Daniel Balda
Daniel began his career capturing surf and travel photographs. At the present he works as a freelance photograher for travel, interior design and architecture magazines, apart from his dedication to personal projects. His passion towards photography, water and a restless sense of travel defines his work. - Deep Blue Serie is part of a personal underwater project, using natural light on ocean water.
Photographer Tim Tadder - Just a little eye candy, looking at portraits from a completely different vantage point. A series of underwater portraits using water surface tension to create beautiful textures surrounding the faces.