Au Natural: Underwater Interactions
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A full-time scuba dive instructor, Jamie is also a part-time travel and underwater photographer and a passionate ocean conservationist. His aim is to share the beauty of the marine environment and its inhabitants in the hope of improving worldwide ocean health and also through raising awareness and education.

When shooting underwater, not unlike other areas of wildlife photography, there are a few considerations that will greatly improve your encounters and ultimately your images. They are; patience, persistence and knowledge. Marine life is hugely diverse, from the largest fish in the ocean, the whale shark has been known to reach a staggering eighteen metres (60 ft), to the tiniest little sea spiders, nudibranch and isopods (which are often only 1-2mm in size)...

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