Canon 5DII since 2010
UW with SEACAM
Photo Alessandro Donà

 

 

 

 

 

HAPPY 2020!

 

 

 

HAPPY 2019!

 

 

 

HAPPY 2018!

 

 

 

HAPPY 2017!

 

 

 

HAPPY 2016!

 

 

 

Photo Andrew West

 

Links to boards of my iStock portfolio





FISHES BEHAVIOUR
 
ANEMONEFISHES CAMOUFLAGE
INDO-PACIFIC OCEAN
BONY FISHES SCHOOLING FISHES
CARTILAGINOUS FISHES    
FUSILIERS    
SCORPION-, LION-, STONEFISHES    
SWEETLIPS PHOTO THEMES
    UW BY NIGHT
    BLACK BACKGROUND
    SPLIT SHOTS
INVERTEBRATES TWILIGHT
CRUSTACEANS
PANORAMA
ECHINODERMS    
GORGONIANS    
HARD CORALS SWITZERLAND
MOLLUSCS BEAUTIFUL GLARUS CANTON
SOFT CORALS ENGADINE
SPONGES SWITZERLAND
    ZURICH
MEDITERRANEAN SEA
REPTILES    
TURTLES, SNAKES AND ...    
       
COLD WATER
MANGROVES    
MANGROVES    

About me

Diving since 1994, I spent a lot of time in Indonesia. It's only since 2006 I use SLR cameras for UW photography too. All the older photos from places like Galapagos, the Red Sea or Sipadan are nice souvenirs, but not more...

I am an exclusive iStock photographer since 2009, fishbase collaborator since 2010, PADI DM, Ice Diver, UW Photo Instructor, CMAS*** and IANTD Nitrox Diver, sealifebase collaborator since 2018.

Many years ago I started to draw all kind of aquatic life into my diver's logbook (10x15cm), on every dive! Drawing an animal is very helpful to understand its structure, to remember many details and even to find it again on another dive. At the beginning I drew and wrote the same day I dove. Going deeper and deeper into detail, I am a bit behind my own schedule now with the final colored version of the past two years. Since 2015 I have to add a second page sometimes, as I discover more and more:

2017 Maumere - Sorong:

2015 my logbook was part of one of five wonderful UW films, +/- 5 mètres, a french documentary by Dominique Hennequin and Joe Bunni. I met them in Raja Ampat. Dominique saw my logbook and wanted to have it in his film. I hesitated first, but then I realized: He really understood my intentions about my logbook! The minutes 35 to 40 of the documentary are about it. There is the original French version and a German version.

THE TWO LINKS ARE ACTUALLY DEACTIVATED BY ARTE.TV.