Brett Seymour • Photographing America's Underwater Heritage
Brett Seymour is the underwater photographer and production editor for the National Park Service's (NPS) Submerged Resources Center (SRC), based in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Damien Siviero • Images of the Abyss
A quest for new experiences saw me travel to such places as PNG, Palau, Guam, Yap, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu to name a few. Each provided unique diving and photographic experiences, but PNG is perhaps my favourite.
Dos Winkel Photography
“I don’t only take pictures in tropical seas with coral reefs, but also under water in rain forests, in mangrove forests, swamps, and in high altitude lakes like Lago Titicaca in the Andes.
Jill Heinerth - Featured Photographer
More people have walked on the moon, than have been to some of the places that Jill’s exploration has taken her right here on the earth. From the most dangerous technical dives deep inside underwater caves, ...
Joseph Dovala Photography
We can and have been making a real mess of things that could potentially make it a very sad place to live, but Mother Earth will continue on. We do not need a plethora of draconian directives to live in harmony on this planet.
Kim Eldridge Photography
Within 18 months of being certified, I had completed all levels of recreational certification and became an instructor.  Within 3 months of becoming an instructor, my husband and I packed up and moved to Key Largo
Martyn Farr • ADM Interview
Text by Jon Bojar
The History & Development of Cave Diving, or better still, the Great Caving Adventure (an autobiographical account of my early cave diving exploits).
Pete Mesley - Lust 4 Rust
Wreck diving photographer Pete Mesley takes you on a tour around the globe to some of the worlds best diving.
Radek Husak Photography
He has been involved in multiple exploration projects from the Moravian Karst in Czech Republic, the Macocha Abyss karst region, and the Yucatan’s Quintana Roo.
Richard Harris Photography
I have had this urge to take photos in places that many people simply can’t get to, let alone take photos in — like deep wrecks and remote caves!
Tony Karacsonyi Photography
Tony Karacsonyi is well known as a great marine and nature photographer. Living near Ulladulla, Australia, on the New South Wales south coast, he credits the Pacific Ocean with providing him plenty of inspiration.
Wes Skiles • Capturing Nature
North Florida’s rivers, and springs are the canvas that I choose to focus my effort. Born and raised here, I feel fortunate to have grown up in the land of mysterious waters.