I really learnt this the hard way, while showing potential clients a video one night, an ant could be seen crawling on the television screen. I tried to brush it off but to my horror, it wasn’t on the screen but in the footage! It proceed to “walk” all over people’s faces, reef fish and even hammerheads for the duration of the video.

As divers, it is important we make informed decisions, both when organising our trips and while we are on them to help ensure we limit our environmental impact. The following 15 tips will help you to ensure your next diving holiday is as environmentally-friendly as possible. 1. Pick an environmentally responsible dive centre When making [...]
I hover above the ancient marble column about 45 metres below the surface of the Mediterranean Sea. Holding my underwater camera housing in one hand, I use the other to direct my dive model through the azure water. The photograph I have visualised in my mind’s eye, and meticulously planned, comes together. I lift the [...]
Photography is a fantastic practice to help promote the need to save marine life – but aggressive photography, one that intrudes upon marine life’s welfare, can be detrimental to the oceans. Dr Richard Smith brings you 10 fantastic tips on photographing marine life 1. Pass on subjects that aren't easily accessible It’s not worth destroying [...]
After two intense rounds of live judging, we are proud to announce the winners of this year's ADEX China Voice of the Ocean. Compact Camera Photo of the Year First Place Winner, Compact Camera Photo of the Year, Ricky Shushu (Hong Kong) Second Place Winner, Compact Camera Photo of the Year, Owen Yen (Taiwan) Environmental [...]
Text & images by William Tan Image 1: Taken on Canon EOS-1D X Mark II with EF 8-15mm f/4L Fisheye USM lensSettings: Shutter speed 1/320, Aperture: f/8, ISO: 500, White Balance: Auto It was an honour when Canon placed an EOS-1DX Mark II in my hands and gave me the opportunity to shoot images to [...]