Stanislav Denissyuk

Nationality: Russian

Residence: Almaty, Kazakhstan

Stas was born and has grown in the place where there are the mountains, the steppes and the deserts, but there is no sea. He has received his first dive certificate CMAS in 2001 and has continued learn diving the training system PADI in 2003. Next year he has arrived to Koh Tao, Thailand where hi has made the first underwater photos by the rented camera. It was cool !

When he come back at home, he has bought his first camera Olympus C-8080 with external sub strobe Ikelite DS-125. Two years later he has bought camera Canon 20D with Ikelite housing.

Stas traveled much and has understood, that sometimes it is more convenient to travel with not such heavy equipment. So, the new camera was Sony DSC-W 170 for the short trips.

At 2008 he has arrived to Koh Tao again and has found, that on the biggest part of the photos the delightful multi-colored creatures look at him. It was nudibranchs! Now he searches for them everywhere and dreams to make a photo of each of them!

When he does not do scuba diving, he takes a great interest to off-road driving and extreme expeditions to the remote and wild places of the world.

For the last years he has visited for scuba diving in UAE, Egypt, Seychelles, Thailand, Palau, Philippines, Maldives, India, and Cuba. He has many plans to the future!


 

Nudibranch Species from Stanislav Denissyuk » View all photo from Stanislav Denissyuk (436 photos)

Tambja morosa from Malapascua, PhilippinesIdentification reviewed by Nathalie Yonow
(2 photos from Stanislav Denissyuk)
Thecacera pacifica from Komodo, Indonesia
(1 photo from Stanislav Denissyuk)
Thecacera picta from Verde Island, Philippines
(1 photo from Stanislav Denissyuk)
Thecacera sp. from Myanmar
(4 photos from Stanislav Denissyuk)
Thorunna sp. from Myanmar
(2 photos from Stanislav Denissyuk)
Thuridilla albopustulosa from Sabah, Malaysia
(1 photo from Stanislav Denissyuk)
Thuridilla gracilis from Sabah, MalaysiaIdentification reviewed by Nathalie Yonow
(3 photos from Stanislav Denissyuk)
Thuridilla lineolata from Sangeang Island, Indonesia
(2 photos from Stanislav Denissyuk)
Thuridilla livida from Tioman, Malaysia
(1 photo from Stanislav Denissyuk)
Thuridilla undula from Wakatobi, Indonesia
(1 photo from Stanislav Denissyuk)
Thuridilla vataae from Sabah, MalaysiaIdentification reviewed by Nathalie Yonow
(1 photo from Stanislav Denissyuk)
Trapania darvelli from Tioman, Malaysia
(1 photo from Stanislav Denissyuk)
 

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