Hawaii-based Christy Lee Rogers simply amazes us with underwater photography that we've never seen it before. Instead of the usual ethereal subjects floating gracefully, she photographs multiple subjects dressed in colorful fabrics to create vivid and elaborate scenes.
Imagination comes to life in this otherworldy series featuring a Mermaid and the Sailor she lures into the sea.
Southern California based underwater photographer Rachel Jalanivich of Life Alive Photography served as a US Navy Rescue Swimmer, and her love of the water is showcased in her creative sessions.
In my latest underwater ARTivism campaign, my aim was to show how the solutions to ocean acidification are in our hands.
Photographer, Chiara Salomoni of Mermaids for Change and I teamed up to honor World Oceans Day, creating otherworldly underwater sets that convey this little-known chemical process and all its tragic effects.
Last time we were in touch with performer, filmmaker, and underwater "artivist" Christine Ren, we had an insightful discussion about her then project about ghost fishing titled Silent Killers. Now, she's back with a new website and another evocative project centered on marine conservation.
We've definitely gone a long way in terms of camera specs and image quality, but it's still interesting to look back at what the cameras of yester-years and decades past can do. Some of them, we'll actually find still make pretty good results, even by today's standards.