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Predrag Vuckovic (Serbien)

Predrag Vuckovic wurde 1973 in Belgrad geboren.
Das ständige Reisen rund um die Welt, hat zu seinem Eintritt in die Welt der Fotografie beigetragen. Alles begann auf Amateur-Ebene, während es sich später in ein professionelles und ernstes Geschäft wandelte. Seine Bilder wurden in vielen Zeitschriften auf der ganzen Welt und mit einer Reihe von in- und ausländischen Unternehmen veröffentlicht.Neben seiner Zeitschriften X-Fitness und X-Sports arbeitet er auch für andere Zeitschriften und Unternehmen wie: Top Speed und Top Off Road, Muscle & Fitness, Flex, Fitness, Körper, GQ, Playboy, Männergesundheit, Extremsport, Scuba Diver, Maxim, CKM, Moto Magazine, Reisen, MuscleMag, Abenteuer-Magazin, FHM, Liebe BMX, Windsurfer,  er ist offizieller Fotograf für Red Bull Photofiles und für den europäischen IFBB Bodybuilding -und Fitness- Verband, Jet Ski & High Diving Federation aus Serbien. Als Nikon Photograph verwendet er NikonD4S, NIkonD4, NikonD3x , NikonD800, NikonD300, Nikon D200 und dafür Subal Unterwassergehäuse. Weitere information unter

Alex Mustard (United Kingdom)

Dr Alexander MUSTARD has been taking underwater photographs for 30 years and has worked as a full time underwater photographer for the last 10 years. His photographs have won many awards including, on five occasions, in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year. In 2002 he won so many awards at the World Festival of Underwater Photography that the (French) organisers changed the rules so the feat cannot be repeated! His last book, Reefs Revealed, won the International Grand Prize for the best book of underwater photographs.  His photographs have been displayed in exhibitions around the world and a particular highlight was personally presenting his work to Queen Elizabeth II.In 2013, Alex was named GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his image Night Moves. The first time an underwater photograph has won this prestigious award. Alex is a regular contributor to many publications in the marine, wildlife, diving and photographic media, and to date has published more than 400 articles. Alex has used Subal housings for many years. He says “Reviewing housings I have tried all the major brands extensively in the field. But I choose to use Subal for my own photography because I know their housings are constructed with ergonomics details that let me capture the shot when others fall short. And Subal have a build quality I trust when it is my reputation on the line, when I am on assignment.” Alex currently shoots with a Nikon D4 in a Subal ND4S, ND4 housing and a Nikon D7100 in a Subal ND7100 housing.More information

Brian Skerry (United States)

Brian Skerry is a photojournalist specializing in marine wildlife and underwater environments. Since 1998 he has been a contract photographer for National Geographic Magazine covering a wide range of subjects and stories.An award-winning photographer, Brian is praised worldwide for his aesthetic sense as well as his journalistic drive for relevance. For NGM, Brian has covered a wide range of stories, from the harp seal’s struggle to survive in frozen waters to the alarming decrease in the world’s fisheries, both cover stories. He is currently at work on his 21th story for NGM. Brian has also worked on assignment for or had images featured in magazines such as Sports Illustrated, US News and World Report, BBC Wildlife, GEO, Smithsonian, Esquire, Audubon, Men's Journal. His latest monograph Ocean Soul, released in 2011, has received worldwide acclaim. Brian frequently lectures on photography and conservation issues having presented at venues such as TED Talks, The National Press Club in Washington, DC, Royal Geographical Society in London and the Sydney Opera House in Australia. He is also a regular guest on programs such as NBC’s TODAY Show, CBS’s Sunday Morning, ABC’s Good Morning America. He is also the Explore-In-Residence at the New England Aquarium in Boston. In 2010 National Geographic magazine named one of Brian’s images among their 50 Greatest Photographs Of All Time. Brian  shoots with a Nikon D4S/D4S in a Subal ND4S angler version and ND4 housing. More information on Brians photography

Viktor Lyagushkin (Russia)

Viktor Lyagushkin (Moscow) National Geographic photographer, official Nikon photographer, Subal TeamPro photographer. Winner of many international photo contests, his exhibitions were held in many cities of Europe and America. He has more than 1000 publications and reportages in the most prominent and respected magazines and newspapers of the world. Viktor is 42, he graduated from Theatrical Academy in St-Petersburg, Russia. His specialty is scene-designer. Everything important in my life happens incidentally. For 20 years I’ve worked in magazines as designer, journalist and photographer. I became professional photographer in 1998. It happened so, that our staff photographer was busy and editorial office had to send me as photographer. It was the beginning. Just by chance, I began to dive, and then almost casually passed technical diving courses. From the 2003 I hold underwater camera in my hands. I started to dive in 2000 and it turned so exiting that I did not stop up to this time. Step by step I became technical diver and so obtained an opportunity to make photos of the most distant and closed parts of our planet.

Arturo Telle (Spain)

Arturo Telle is Europe's most award-winning underwater photographer for the past 10 years. Vice World Champion at the CMAS World Championship 2011, macro- world champion in 2009 and 2011, winners of the regional and national championships in Spain, as well as many international championships, such as Eilat Red Sea World of Underwater Images (2007 and 2009), Open Fotosub Isla de El Hierro ( 4 times: 2006, 2007, 2012 and 2013 ), Open Fotosub Isla de Lanzarote (2007 and 2008). Er regularly publishes his photos and articles in Spanish and German dive magazines.For further information contact Arturo under


Daniel Botelho (Brazil)

Daniel Botelho is photographer of National Geographic Society, the Walt Disney Company, and Mergulho magazine. Contributes to magazines such as Time, BBC Wildlife, and as liaison to the site i and the New York Times. His work has been shown on television networks CNN, ABC and CBS, and won the international prize Nikon photography, the years 2010 and 2011, Daniel also had one of his photos characterized as the most inspiring photo of the year 2012 by internet giant AOL. Acting not only as a photographer but as expedition leader, has planned and guided adventures for the BBC, Globo, National Geographic Channel and Discovery Channel. Nowadays, Daniel divides his work with nature conservation, fighting for the protection of marine creatures

Ellen Cuylaerts (Belgium)

Ellen Cuylaerts relocated from Belgium to the Cayman Islands in 2009.She studied history in Antwerp & Leuven and got her master in modern history and education.She decided to take up scuba diving in June 2011.Soon she became a Master Scuba Diver and took up her childhood dream photography and combined it with the wonders of the underwater world. Her basic concern is the decay of the oceans by pollution, overfishing, the brutal act of shark finning and dolphin and whale slaughtering.If images can contribute to achieve goals in conservation of marine life and education about the importance of our oceans, that's Ellen's drive to shoot images that capture hearts and the will to act before it's too late. Ellen received already numerous awards for her pictures and was the 2013 winner in the yearly online-underwater-photo-competition as uw-photographer values design, reliability and handling of her underwater equipment, shoots with NikonD800 and SubalND800 housing.Further information of Ellens uw-photography under

George Karbus (Ireland)

When George arrived in Ireland 8 years ago, he was armed with a true love of the ocean that belied his land-locked upbringing in the Czech Republic. He funded his first professional camera by working as a porter in a Galway hotel and from that point dedicated himself fully and completely to photographing Ireland’s emerald coastline. It certainly paid off and in 2009,when he was awarded the Nature’s Best Photography Award one of the most prestigious and world-recognized photography accolades. In recent years he has also won Outdoor Photographer of the Year and his talents have gained him national and international recognition. In the wild excitement of the Atlantic coastline, he captures moments of calm and serenity, the fragmented colors of dawn breaking, viewed from the sea and gazing onto the land. He is out there, waiting, watching and photographing while most of us are curled up sleeping on cold winter mornings.More information on George Karbus amazing photography under

Harald Slauschek (Austria)

Harald Slauschek is one of the most versatile underwater photographers in Austria. Besides the usual aspects of underwater photography from wide-angle to macro he also covers the underwater photography in the pool of high quality. His priorities are fashion, lifestyle and babies. He has gain an excellent reputation in Austria through his activities as a photographer and competition organizer of workshops and events for underwater photographers.As world traveler Harald has already visited and dived many regions. As a member of the Austrian national team in the underwater photography,Harald takes part in official World Championships.Harald is workshop leader in Austria Nikon School for underwater photography, PADI "DUP-Digital Underwater Photography" instructor, organizer of the known UW-Photo Circles /UW-Photo gathering and co-founder/co-organizer of the largest German Underwater Photo Events, the uw-photo days at  Attersee, in Upper Austria ( Harald is one of the few professional photographers to shoot swimming babies and capturing their first encounter with water. More Info:


Martin Strmiska (Slovakia)

Since I was born I have been in very close relation with water. Salt water helped me snorkel even before I could swimm. Later I started scubadiving in 1995 in Rabac/Croatia. Although I had an idea what a beauty is down there from snorkeling times, scubadiving opened my eyes even more. First contact with waters of Red Sea made me get an underwater camera to save views of this beauty. I explored reefs of Yemen, Sudan, Egypt. Advanges of digital technology were an impulse to buy an Subal . Having done this,  I went though the door to digital world and have not come back. For over 2 years I have been using Nikon D800  which delivers pleasing results.  Equipment   Subal ND800 for Nikon D800, digital SLR, resolution 36,3 Mpix,  and ND7000 for Nikon D7000, digital SLR. More information on Martin underwater photography under

Montse Grillo (Spain)

Home for Montse Grillo is Tenerife in the Canary Islands, Spain. She has always liked photography but it was not until late 2011 when she took her first pictures underwater that she discovered her passion for underwater photography. Just a few months later many of her photographs received awards in the world’s most prestigious underwater photography competitions. Eilat Red Sea shootout 2012, Laups 2012, Beneath the Sea 2013, Acqua 2013, Subsurface 2013, Ocean Geographic Society, Ocean Art 2013. For Montse one of the most important awards was the "Smith Rice International Awards 2013" where she won and an Honorable Mention at the Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science 2014. Montse has dedicated many years to studying green turtles. She collaborates in the Canary Islands in a research project on these beautiful and amazing creatures and is also part of an association for the dissemination and protection of the marine environment "Big Blue". Montse’s images have appeared in Asian Diver, Espèces Magazine, cover of Home the last book of Umberto Pelizzari Apnea, Unterwasser, Tauchen and many other internationally renowned underwater magazines.

Silvia Boccato (Italy)

World and Italian Champion of Underwater Photography,Silvia Boccato is a freelance photographer specialized in aquatic environments photography. Her love of nature leads her to take a degree in Natural Sciences at the University "La Sapienza" of Rome. Her articles and reports are published across many magazines such as FareVela, Mediterraneo, Sub, Il Subacqueo. In 2008 she edited the monthly "Underwater" section of FareVela. Many of her shots have been prized on the world’s most prestigious and significant events and festivals, such as the highly desired Plongeur d’Or e and Bronze  at the 35th Festival Mondial de L’Images Sous Marine in Antibes, France. Numerous awards in the main international competitions such as “The Golden Dolphin” at Moscow's International Photo Festival where she won a stage price for 3 consecutive years. More information on Silvia great artwork under

Thomas Haider (Austria)

Dr. Thomas Haider is underwater photographer based in Vienna, Austria. Together with the German nature documentary producer Rolf Moeltgen he cooperated in many worldwide underwater film projects e.g. GEO, BBC Wildlife and National Geographic. Starting with still shots for the filming scenes an independent activity as publishing underwater photographer developed. His images have been published in many magazines, books and calenders, have been used in advertising and presented in many exhibitions all around the globe. He achieved already 4 winning images in 3 different categories in the “Wildlife Photographer of the Year” contest in London, the so called “Oscar of Nature Photography”. 

Harald Hois (Austria)

Harald Hois – Austrian photographer feels at home in all seas of the world. His a passionte freshwater-photographer. Harald Hois and his diving friend Gerald Kapfer, edited the first printed dive guide for diving in rivers & brooks in the Alps („Tauchen in Fließgewässern“, edited in Leykam publishing-house). Harald counts to the profoundest leaders of freshwater expeditions experts into far undiscovered areas high up in the Alps as well as worldwide refuges. Organising “Helidiving-Events”,flights with helicopters to unknown waters or underwater-photographer events complete the broad portfolio of Harald. He is very happy to point out that his underwater-photos and reports find themselves in the best known nature and diving magazines in the world.

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