Underwater Images – Circular Fisheye: An Ultra Wide View in Little Cayman

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For underwater image-makers, Little Cayman provides the perfect setting for wide-angle shooting with its far-as-the-eye-can-see visibility, healthy walls and reefs and friendly marine subjects. Using a circular fisheye lens gives the viewer an ultra-wide perspective of 180 degrees, a fun and different way to view the underwater world.

Cenotes Image Makes A Splash On Wetpixel

One of Jen’s cenotes images from earlier this year has made a (small) splash on Wetpixel, the on-line community dedicated to all things related to underwater photography and underwater videography.

Read About Our Mayan Adventure

Joel and Jen were asked to co-lead an underwater photography expedition with Backscatter Underwater Video & Photo to the Cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula in July. Read about our adventure and see some guests’ images from the visually stunning Cenotes!

Almost The Cover!

For the April 2014 issue of Sport Diver magazine, Joel and Jen are on the Contents Page. This image was taken by Joel with his Canon 1DC camera, capturing Jen while scuba diving in Taj Mahal cenote on the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico.

New Underwater Images on Display at Bocanova in Jack London Square

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***UPDATE***

These images will be on display at Bocanova through the end of February 2014. If you have not had a chance to view them, treat yourself to a delicious lunch, brunch or dinner at the restaurant, then view some of our latest underwater images printed on aluminum.

We’ve printed some recent images on aluminum, both high gloss and matte finishes, which are currently on display at Bocanova Restaurant now through the end of the year. All of these images, and more, are available for purchase on our on-line store.