ISSUE #61 BILINGUAL VERSION
Shooting the thresher sharks at Monad Shoal is always fun, as you never quite know how close they will approach you. This one swam upwards from our position at 30m towards the top of the shoal, giving me the opportunity for the silhouette shot.
— Alex Tyrell
Some epic journeys are well worth the commute and Sogod Bay in the Southern Leyte Province of the Philippines is one of them.
— Kelvin Tan HY
Enjoy the best of both worlds with Dauin’s sensational macro critters and the wide angle opportunities knocking on the doors of a protected marine sanctuary that is Apo.
— Ken Thongpila
A special silver lining that emerged beneath the waves of Moalboal is a diver-magnet in the sleepy town of Moalboal.
— Ken Thongpila
Dream Tour in the Philippine Wonderland
The 2016 Underwater Dream Tour brought together 10 distinguished underwater photographers to some of its best dive destinations and resorts in the Philippines.
— the Underwater Dream Team
Control Your BCD
The buoyancy control device when used correctly, will support your position underwater, however no matter how expensive or technologically advanced, you are the one in control.
— Simon Pridmore
Ethics of Feeding the Wild
Feeding marine life is a controversial topic, should we, or shouldn’t we indulge in this tourist attraction?
— Ken Hoppen
A Wonderful Journey
What happens behind the scenes in the making of the 2016 Diving and Snorkeling Guide for the Philippines.
— Tim Rock
Rendezvous On the Reef
Many of the ocean’s more mysterious creatures have incredible attributes that make them seem almost human.
— Beth and Shaun Tierney
It’s easy to fall into the habit of strapping on strobes when we take our cameras underwater. Discover the many photographic possibilities by going au naturel.
— Alex Lindbloom
Characterized by its long tail, big eyes and torpedo-shaped body, the thresher shark is everybody’s must-see shark.
Natural Born Diver
— Bo Mancao