The Schmidt Ocean Institute has released a stunning 4K highlight reel of footage captured during their ROV expedition to the previously unexplored Ningaloo Canyons in the Indian Ocean. Over the course of 180 hours of exploration, researchers uncovered some 30 new species, as well as “the longest animal ever recorded.” It’s hard to overstate the […]
British photographer Euan Rannachan was shooting underwater off the coast of Mexico last year when he captured an incredible photo of a great white shark swimming up toward the surface of the water. The picture bears an uncanny resemblance to the iconic poster for the 1975 movie Jaws. Rannachan was shooting from within a shark […]
For a long time, I have been building sets or props for my images, which in time developed into making and selling furniture as a hobby business. I thought it about time I made videos detailing the process of those builds and the “high budget” results that can be achieved with little financial outlay and […]
Want a cheap way of shooting right under the surface of water without having to buy a special housing for your camera? Alex over at I did a thing recently built himself a PVC periscope-style device for a total cost of around $10, and the results are great. Here’s a 5-minute video in which Alex […]
NEMO, as you may have guessed based on the name alone, is a 4K underwater drone that much like the drones you are used to for flying into the sky; looks to expand the creative capabilities of photographers and videographers underwater.
If you're one of those people who love to go underwater with a digital camera and want something more than your phone, then consider the new Fujifilm XP130. It's the company's latest tough camera that is touting the ability to shoot at 65 feet below water.
Here’s an incredible series of underwater photos showing a diver being dwarfed by the gigantic structure of an oil rig. They were shot by award-winning Mexican photographer Anuar Patjane Floriuk.
The action camera world is dominated by GoPro, both above and below sea level, thanks to its image quality and tough housings. But now Danish startup company Paralenz looks to shake up the market with its action camera targeted specifically to scuba divers.
The Slow Mo Guys have captured some amazing things for their YouTube channel—including this amazing footage of glass shattering at 340,000fps—but their latest creation might be our favorite yet. Click play to see a firecracker explode underwater at a mind-bending 120,000fps.