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The results are in! Find out who the winners are of's June 2017 Underwater Photo and Video Contests:

This does of course mean that July's Photo and Video Contests are now open.

You can enter July's Underwater Photo Contest here:

And you can enter July's Underwater Video Contest here:

You can enter as many as 3 of your best photos or videos into each respective contest.

We can't wait to see your entries this month - good luck!

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The Black-tech:
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ROBOT – November Event 2016

Underwater imaging is an exciting—though complex—pastime, yet it has never been more accessible than it is today since underwater photograph robot—BIKI available. 
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CALLING ALL UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHERS AND VIDEOGRAPHERS: You only have until midnight tomorrow (Monday 25th July) to enter’s July Underwater Photo and Video Contests.

You can enter the photo contest here:

And you can enter the video contest here:

You can enter up to 3 times in either contest.

The underwater photo and video contests on are open to anyone who loves taking underwater photographs and videos. All skill levels are welcome.

Here’s a quick reminder of the prizes that are up for grabs:

If you win photo of the month, your winning shot will appear’s homepage, in our Photo of the Month Winners Gallery and as the background image on Scubaverse’s Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Tumblr pages. You will also win a free digital copy of Vivid-Pix’s Picture-Fix software which has been specifically designed to edit underwater images, and a £100 voucher for one of UK-based dive tour operator Scuba Travel’s Red Sea photo workshops with underwater photo pro Paul ‘Duxy’ Duxfield.

But that’s not all - if you win Photo of the Month, your winning shot is automatically entered into’s Photo of the Year 2016 contest – and if you win Photo of the Year, you will walk away with another voucher from Scuba Travel for that Red Sea photo workshop with Duxy – this time worth an additional £150 – and also over £1,000 worth of dive gear from scuba diving equipment manufacturer Mares.

If you win video of the month, your winning film will be promoted on and accessible from’s homepage and will appear in our Video of the Month Winners Gallery. You will also win a digital copy’s Underwater Videography editor Jeff Goodman’s book ‘A Guide to Underwater Wildlife Video & Editing’.

Win Video of the Month and your winning film is automatically entered’s Video of the Year 2016 contest – and if you win Video of the Year, you’ll be the lucky owner of an exclusive Scubapro Travel Kit worth over £800, which includes a SeaLife Micro HD+ action camera, a Mantis M1 dive computer, and lots of other great prizes.

We’re looking forward to seeing your entries!

Image: Scubaverse’s June 2016 Photo Contest Winner, ‘Hunting at Dusk’ by Marcus Blatchford

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Check out this awesome image clicked underwater of a- #Mantisshrimp carrying eggs, It usually hiding in their hole & it's very unusual to come out.
Camera: Canon 5D mark 2, EF 100mm f/2.8L, 1/200, F/18, ISO 160
NATURE’S BEST PHOTOGRAPHY ASIA #AWARDS COMPETITION - Enter into competition via online process>>

#‎PhotographyContest #OceanPhotography #Underwateroceanphotography

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Silhouette of Manta Ray:

Over the years, I have made more than 1,000 scuba dives with my underwater camera. This shot was taken in the summer of 2012 at “Manta Scramble”, near Kabira Bay of Ishigaki Island in Okinawa, Japan. As the name suggests, this diving point attracts many manta rays. They come for the “cleaning stations”, which are sections of reefs that are home to small “cleaner fish”, who clean larger marine animals by eating parasites off their body surface. To avoid disturbing the “cleaning treatment” of manta rays, divers are prohibited from swimming above the cleaning stations. Positioning myself beneath a reef, I gazed up at these creatures hovering gracefully, slowly circling around the reefs while cleaner fish performed their treatment. The perfect moment came when a manta ray flew right above me as it left the cleaning station. Just when this manta ray swam past the sun, I succeeded in capturing its silhouette.
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Photographer- Mitsutoshi Matsushita
Location- Ishigaki Island, Okinawa, Japan
Camera - Canon EOS50D, Canon EF8-15mm F4L Fisheye USM, 1/125, f18, ISO100

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Underwater Flower

Focusing on the beauty of Dendrophyllia ijimai, I frequently visit Izu Oceanic Park. I spent a year trying different photo techniques such as different distances and different angles while photographing these. It wasn’t easy because the objects were very sensitive. Sometimes these flower looking tentacles were not open or even if they were open they closed quickly as soon as it sensed the air from my tank. When it was fully open I would get so excited I sometimes missed the shot. In this shot I was finally able to capture the excitement.

#OceanPhotography  #Underwateroceanphotography #Oceanlife
Photographer-Atsumi Nakajima
Location – Izu Oceanic Park, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
Camera - Canon EOS 40D, Tokina AT-X FISHEYE 10‐17 F3.5-4.5 DX, 1/20, F/11, ISO-100, INON D-2000

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Underwater Videographers - you only have 5 days left to enter's November Video of the Month Contest. 

If you win Video of the Month, your winning video will be promoted on the Scubaverse homepage and will also appear in's Video of the Month Winners Gallery - and what's more, you will also win a digital copy of Jeff Goodman's Book 'A Guide to Underwater Video and Editing'.

But that's not all - as a Video of the Month winner, your winning film will automatically be entered into's Photo of the Year Contest, where you could win a Scubapro Travel Kit worth over £800, with goodies including a Mantis M1 Dive Computer and a SeaLife MicroHD+ Action Camera!!!

So what are you waiting for? Enter here:
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