Forget what you knew about your typical wedding photos! I am breaking all the rules of traditional posing and bringing my brides and grooms underwater!
I am bringing mermaids out of my maternity clients. By embracing buoyancy and enabling these pregnant women to be free, I am creating magic to capture pregnancy in all of it's glory!
Janine, a bride-to-be whose fiance, Johnny, died unexpectedly only 52 days before their wedding, has become a beautiful example of human emotional resilience and hope. As part of her effort to cope with her loss, she scheduled a bittersweet memorial photoshoot...
Seth Casteel, the New York- and L.A.-based photographer who became internet-famous with his infectiously happy diving dog photo series, has taken things to the next level. His new “Underwater Puppies” photo series, which will be published as a book, captures adorable...
The sea is a captivating subject for artists because of its inconceivable size and raw power. Clark Little, a surfer and photographer based in Hawaii, loves to get up close and personal with the sea and its power, taking breathtakingly beautiful...
Ever wondered about creating an interesting presentation of your company by marking its uniqueness? Check out these photos by Polish interactive agency GoldenSubmarine. This whole session is called "Whaternet."
Benjamin Von Wong, a Montreal-based photographer known for his complicated productions and fantastic images bristling with power, has completed an extraordinarily difficult underwater photoshoot with absolutely stunning results. He and a hand-picked crew of experienced divers, underwater photographers and freedivers set...
I created this series to represent the duality of our world. Appearances versus reality. As shown in the behind the scenes video, a water tank with frontal glass was built specifically for the series.
Located in the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, there's a secret underwater river called Cenote Angelita (Spanish for Little Angel) that can be found after a 10 to 15 minute drive south of Tulum. It is arguably the most unique formation of...
Mark Tipple, a rapidly emerging Australian documentary photographer, captures people completely out of their element in his Underwater Project photo series. Exploring Australia's relationship with the ocean, Mark goes below the sea surface and photographs swimmers and surfers not when they're...