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Jonas Thormar, a danish marine biologist, began diving at the age of 14, in 1994. Late 2005, he took up underwater photography and doubt he will ever stop. He finds no subjects or habitats too dull - they just pose a greater challenge for looking spectacular on photos. His photos are made using various Olympus cameras, currently the E-M1. As a secondary job he works as divemaster in the Arctic and Antarctic. More of his photos can be seen at www.Thormar.net or www.LivetUnderOverfladen.dk
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DEEP Indonesia 2018 Results Announced
Posted: Friday, March 2, 2018

DivePhotoGuide and Wetpixel are proud to announce the winners of the 2018 DEEP Indonesia international underwater photography competition. The competition is part of a unique series of underwater imaging events and has become one of the biggest and most prestigious in the world. Everyone from novice to professionals compete annually in what has become the “Super Bowl” of international underwater imagery events, which combined with the Our World Underwater competition, awarded over $100,000 of world-class prizes.

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The winners of the 2018 DEEP Indonesia imaging competition have been announced! With more than $45,000 in prizes, this year’s contest attracted thousands of entries in several themed categories. The Best of Show was awarded to Yung-Sen Wu for a jaw-dropping image of a blue-ring octopus tending its eggs in Lembeh, Indonesia.

Best of Show by Yung-Sen
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Yung-Sen Wu

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Animal Behavior
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Over-Unders Winning Photograph by Grant

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Grant Thomas

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Over-Unders
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Divers Winning Photograph by Grant

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Grant Thomas

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The 2018 competition winners have been announced! Congratulations to all the underwater photographers who participated, and to the winners from around the world. The Our World Underwater competition has become one of the most prestigous international underwater imagery events, and over $55,000 of world-class prizes have been awarded, including a $1,000 cash prize to the Best of Show winner – Shane Gross.

Best of Show by Shane
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Shane Gross

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Macro Traditional
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Wide Angle Traditional Winning Photograph by Shane

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Shane Gross

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Wide Angle Unrestricted Winning Photograph by Greg

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Greg Lecoeur

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The winners of the 2017 DEEP Indonesia imaging competition have been announced! With more than $45,000 in prizes, this year’s contest attracted thousands of entries in several themed categories. The Best of Show was awarded to Ralph Pace for a fantastic image of a pelagic feeding frenzy in the waters of Mexico’s Revillagigedo Islands.

Best of Show by Ralph
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Ralph Pace

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Animal Behavior
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Animal Portrait Winning Photograph by Liang

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Liang Fu

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Animal Portrait
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Compact Cameras Winning Photograph by Emanuele

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Emanuele Vitale

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Compact Cameras
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The 2017 competition winners have been announced! Congratulations to all the underwater photographers who participated, and to the winners from around the world. The Our World Underwater competition has become one of the most prestigous international underwater imagery events, and over $55,000 of world-class prizes have been awarded, including a $1,000 cash prize to the Best of Show winner – Yatwai So.

Best of Show by Yatwai
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Yatwai So

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Macro Unrestricted
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Macro Traditional Winning Photograph by jorge

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jorge marco

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Macro Traditional
1st Place
Wide Angle Unrestricted Winning Photograph by Beau

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Beau Pilgrim

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Wide Angle Unrestricted
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The winners of the 2016 DEEP Indonesia imaging competition have been announced! With more than $45,000 in prizes, this year’s contest attracted thousands of entries in several themed categories. The Best of Show was awarded to Mathieu Foulquié for his stunning image of mating toads.

Best of Show by Mathieu
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Mathieu Foulquié

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Animal Behavior
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Compact Cameras Winning Photograph by Virginia

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Virginia Salzedo

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Compact Cameras
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Divers Winning Photograph by Gianni

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Gianni Pecchiar

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Divers
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