Contributors

Doug Anderson****** » 103 photos

Doug returned to Sydney in 2005 after five years in the bush and took up diving as a means of finding the peace, isolation and enjoyment of nature he’d grown accustomed to during his years in the country. He mostly dives alone, never without a camera, and considers himself lucky to live in a city that offers all the advantages of a large metropolis while at the same time providing this wonderful escape.

 

Johanna Gawron* » 101 photos

Photographs taken: Platydoris ellioti, Flabellina rubrolineata, Marionia sp., Nembrotha yonowae, Facelina sp., Thorunna sp., Elysia sp., Unidentified species, Discodoris sp., Plocamopherus ceylonicus and more ...


Wayne Lovell » 101 photos

Photographs taken: Plakobranchus ocellatus, Hypselodoris maritima, Thuridilla lineolata, Berthella martensi, Pleurobranchus grandis, Ceratosoma sinuatum, Hoplodoris estrelyado, Chromodoris coi, Nembrotha kubaryana, Trinchesia yamasui and more ...


Martijn Spierenburg** » 99 photos

Martijn did his first Discover Scuba Diving in 1998 in the Caribbean and got certified as Open Water diver in 2001 in Holland. After that, he made dives in Mexico, Brazil, Thailand, Indonesia, the Caribbean, Malaysia and in Holland. He decided to buy his own equipment and camera around March 2006. He is still diving with that same camera: an Olympus SP-350 with Olympus housing PT-030, 2 Inon D2000 strobes and a macro-lens. He has made a lot of dives in Holland, but decided to go traveling ... read more

 

Gary Cobb*** » 95 photos

Gary Cobb is the author of Undersea Jewels - A colour guide to Nudibranch book and the owner of Opistobranchs of the Sunshine Coast web site. His camera gear consists of a Nikon Coolpix 5000 digital camera, Subal housing, twin Inon strobes with Ultralight arms. He uses a 512MB card so there are plenty of pics to take. He tied a short piece of webbing with a brass scissor clip onto the housing so he did not have to carry it while ascending. He also came up with a way to help get closer to the ... read more

 

Paul Hodge » 94 photos

Photographs taken: Hypselodoris maculosa, Aegires serenae, Chromodoris leopardus, Phyllidiopsis krempfi, Hypselodoris kanga, Phyllidia varicosa, Tambja morosa, Nembrotha cristata, Chelidonura varians, Mexichromis multituberculata and more ...


Christophe Mason-Parker » 94 photos

Photographs taken: Chromodoris preciosa, Phyllidia ocellata, Phyllidia ocellata, Phyllidia marindica, Noumea crocea, Plakobranchus ocellatus, Phyllidia ocellata, Nembrotha chamberlaini, Phyllidiella sp., Glossodoris atromarginata and more ...


Spencer Dempsey » 94 photos

Spencer Dempsey has been an avid photographer for 15 years. Upon taking up scuba diving in early 2010, it was only natural to continue his passion in the undersea environment. He has a particular appreciation for the color, variety, and inherent beauty in nudibranchs and loves finding them anywhere and everywhere he can. Spencer is a PADI divemaster working with Scuba Ventures Dumaguete in Dumaguete City, Philippines. This allows him an opportunity to witness and capture the unique ... read more

 

Robert Wallis » 93 photos

Photographs taken: Hypselodoris obscura, Hypselodoris bullockii, Nembrotha rosannulata, Chromodoris striatella, Flabellina bicolor, Risbecia tryoni, Glossodoris atromarginata, Hypselodoris bennetti, Chromodoris geometrica, Chromodoris collingwoodi and more ...


Tom Fadjar Chandra* » 92 photos

Photographs taken: Chelidonura amoena, Halgerda carlsoni, Nembrotha chamberlaini, Hypselodoris kanga, Hypselodoris iacula, Thecacera picta, Chromodoris magnifica, Jorunna rubescens, Hypselodoris bullockii, Chromodoris verrieri and more ...