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I was born in Belgium in 1958, and had my first diving experience at the age of 14. After a few years of recreational diving, I stopped for professional reasons. It was by becoming a member of \"Nautic Diving Club Izegem\" that I took up diving again around 1983.In 1994, I became a CMAS dive instructor. My interest in photography only started around 1990, when I took my first underwater pictures with a sea&sea MM2 camera. After a few years I changed for a Nikon F90S in a Subal housing. As strobes, I use Subtronic and Ikelite.Now I shoot with a Nikon D200 and a Hugyfot housing.The main purpose of my photography, is producing and presenting slide shows, though recently, I also had some good results in national and international photo contests.As an underwater photographer, I very much like the macro work.All kind of critters, and most of all the colorful nudibranchs have my special interest.Here fore, I use the Nikon 60mm and the 105mm lens. For wide angle I mostly shoot with the fisheye.Since here in Belgium, underwater visibility is very poor, and conditions for underwater photography are not ideal, most of my pictures are taken on voyages to tropical destinations.
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DPG/Wetpixel Masters 2021 Winners Announced
Posted: Friday, November 26, 2021

The DPG/Wetpixel Masters Underwater Imaging Competition winners have been announced. The contest celebrates the splendor of the oceans, the skill of the entrants, and the intricate and challenging art of underwater imaging.

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The 2021 competition winners have been announced! The competition celebrates the splendor of the oceans, the skill of the entrants, and the intricate and challenging art of underwater imaging. Congratulations to Martin Broen, who won “Best of Show” for his 1st place image from the Black and White category, taking home the $1,000 cash prize.

Best of Show by Martin
Best of Show

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Martin Broen

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Black and White
1st Place
Wide Angle Traditional Winning Photograph by Enrico

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Enrico Somogyi

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Wide Angle Traditional
1st Place
Wide Angle Unrestricted Winning Photograph by Tom

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Tom Shlesinger

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Wide Angle Unrestricted
1st Place

The winners of the 2020 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 Enrico Somogyi for a creative capture of a golden jellyfish in Palau.

Best of Show by Enrico
Best of Show

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Enrico Somogyi

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Compact Cameras
1st Place
Reefscapes Winning Photograph by Fressia

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Fressia Peng

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Reefscapes
1st Place
Animal Portrait Winning Photograph by Eric

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Eric Hou

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Animal Portrait
1st Place

The 2020 competition winners have been announced! Congratulations to all the underwater photographers who participated, and to the winners from around the world. The DPG/Wetpixel Masters Underwater Imaging Competition is 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 – Scott Portelli.

Best of Show by Scott
Best of Show

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Scott Portelli

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Wide Angle Unrestricted
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Macro Unrestricted Winning Photograph by Keigo

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Keigo Kawamura

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Macro Unrestricted
1st Place
Wide Angle Traditional Winning Photograph by Yung-Sen

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Yung-Sen Wu

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Wide Angle Traditional
1st Place

The winners of the 2019 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 Grant Thomas for an impressive split shot titled “Papuan Sunset.”

Best of Show by Grant
Best of Show

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Grant Thomas

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Over-Unders
1st Place
Animal Behavior Winning Photograph by Jinggong

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Jinggong Zhang

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Animal Behavior
1st Place
Reefscapes Winning Photograph by Tyler

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Tyler Schiffman

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Reefscapes
1st Place

The 2019 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 – Luc Rooman.

Best of Show by Luc
Best of Show

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Luc Rooman

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Wide Angle Unrestricted
1st Place
Compact Cameras Winning Photograph by Todor

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Todor Dimitrov

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Compact Cameras
1st Place
Black and White Winning Photograph by Henley

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Henley Spiers

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Black and White
1st Place