The light of my torch’s beam illuminated a small circle of fine black silt, outside of which the darkness was absolute. My buddy and I had wandered deeper than planned, but one amazing critter after another had drawn us onwards until we found ourselves exploring a barren expanse at 25 metres. A puff of black [...]
A calm mirror-like surface, crystal-clear waters, and hot sunny days; that was what I assumed my virgin trip to Tonga would be like. On the contrary, we saw nothing but gloomy skies, rainy days, choppy waters, and plankton-rich waters – not the best conditions for us underwater photographers. Yet, it proved to be one of [...]
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 [...]
Though they rarely get any recognition, dive guides are more often than not the ones responsible for the beautiful images captured by underwater photographers Underwater photographers do more than create pretty pictures. By documenting undersea landscapes and marine life, they become ambassadors for the ocean. It’s often been said that humans only value and protect [...]

Here’s a curated list of the top 10 most famous wrecks found in the Asia-Pacific region, listed in no particular order     1.The Hardeep Hailed as one of the world’s most dangerous wrecks, the Hardeep was used by the Japanese in World War II to carry freight before it sank in 1941. The strong […]

Glenn Yong’s photography journey began with a career switch from an industrial designer. Starting out as a photographer for weddings and commercial jobs, he later transitioned to underwater photography in 2013. Scuba diving came to Glenn in 2010 as a desperate respite from work. The feeling of weightlessness, the lifestyle and the people he met […]