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Steven Anderson

Steven’s interest in underwater photography began in 1975, while living in Miami, Florida, where he was certified as an NASDS Advanced Open Water Diver. He has since expanded his diving education and now holds certifications for PADI Rescue, Enriched Air and Underwater Photography. He has been fortunate enough to travel  around the world and visit the many destinations that many divers and non divers dream of. His travels have taken him to locations such as Australia,  Belize,  and Grand Cayman, to name a few. Steven’s first camera setup was an Ikelite housing for an instamatic camera and he used natural light as his light source. In 1975, camera equipment was not as advanced as it is today. He now uses two different camera setups. The first digital setup is the DC200 and strobe made by Sea Life and the other is the DC500 with two digital strobes also made by Sea life. Steven often uses a wide angle lense and enjoys the big look which is a result of its use. He enjoys reading and learning from others who have chosen diving and underwater photography as a hobby and as a profession. Steven and his wife, Anne and two children, Kaitlyn and Connor live in Brentwood, Tennessee. His hobbies include saltwater aquaria, computers, travel, working on his photography, and reading his large collection of diving magazines. Many afternoons are spent looking at the thousands of photos which he taken and sharing diving experiences with friends. When asked “ Where is his favorite spot”? Steven’s reply is “They are all great and each location has it’s own claim to fame.”



John Bulik

In November 1998 when John Bulik was on his first dive in the Red Sea, the unique beauty of the life found underwater immediately took him in. He immediately knew that he had to capture the undersea realm on film. Underwater photography has since grown to be quite a passion for John as many will attest.  John’s scuba travels have taken him to the Red Sea, Belize, Bonaire, Cayman Islands, the Great Barrier Reef, Papua New Guinea, Thailand, British Columbia, Honduras, the Channel Islands along with several closer destinations. “I am fortunate to have been able to visit a variety of dive locations around the planet and photograph some of the incredible underwater life. I hope you enjoy my images and I hope to have many more for you in the coming years.”

John is a film shooter using Nikon F100s in SeaCam Housings with Ikelite strobes as well as his trusty Nikonos V. John’s images are featured in his gallery located in Gulfport, Mississippi, a small display is in the Ocean Springs Mississippi Public Library and another is at the Underwater Phantaseas Dive Shop in Lakewood Colorado. His work has been displayed in several galleries in the Denver area as well at Denver’s aquarium. Seven of his images have been awarded prizes, including Grand Prize and People’s Choice in major competitions.

John is a Master Scuba Diver and a member of the Colorado Underwater Photo Society John recently created a website to showcase his photography. The website currently has several hundred images and John will continue adding to it. Go to www.JohnBulikImages.com.

John’s home is in Wheat Ridge, Colorado and he has a Real Estate Investment and Construction Business in Gulfport, Mississippi.

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Bob Hahn – July 06


Bob Hahn started diving in 2003. He has logged over 175 dives in this short time in such places as Aruba, Bonaire, St Maarten, the Florida Keys, North Carolina, and his home area, Dutch Springs, in Pennsylvania. He is currently working on his Divemaster certification. Bob started his professional photography business in 1972 first working as a photojournalist and later specializing in corporate and industrial photography. He then combined his love of photography with computers to start a consulting business in 1990. He teaches a digital photography course for underwater photographs at The Scuba Tank in Bethlehem, PA, Flordia, and the Caribbean. He uses Canon 20D cameras and several lenses in a Ikelite housing with Ikelite strobes.









Chris Kovaz – February 2010

DivingInDepth.com last displayed Chris Kovaz’s work several years ago. Chris has graciously supplied more of his photographs for display.

Chris, is currently Digital Media Director for DiversOnly.com. You can hear him weekly on Divers Only Radio.  He is an active diving photographer whose photos first appeared on DivingInDepth’s website several years back. He graciously agreed to appear on our site again!

Chris has been diving 15 years, since the age of eleven. His certifications in rescue diving, nitrox, wreck diving and underwater photography.  His diving mask is custom and is fitted with prescription lenses.

His equipment:  a Canon 1DS Mark II with a Sea Cam housing. He  uses Ikelite 150 and ion z240 strobes.

Next trip: Chris is going to Soccoro  islands in January of 2011.

Contact:

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Beverly Factor

Beverly Factor has traveled the globe photographing the mysterious world below the ocean’s surface. A certified Naui dive master for over 13 years, Beverly gave up the corporate life and took a chance. She followed her heart and made her dream of traveling the world to photograph exotic undersea life come true.

Boston born, Beverly Factor now lives in Laguna Beach. Her award winning work has been widely published in such magazines as National Geographic, Islands, People, Rodale’s Scuba Diving, Skin Diver, People, American Express, Aquarium Fish, Men’s Fitness, Sailing, Sierra, TV Guide, TV Week, Coast Magazine, and countless others.

Beverly was featured on FOX TV as well as Channel 6 news in interviews featuring her photographing underwater and talking about her work and what she has done to help preserve our oceans. She has traveled to over 30 countries photographing the world beneath the sea.

Beverly has also appeared in Skin Diver and Scuba Diving Magazines as one of the top professional underwater photographers in their Photo Annual issues. She is also an exhibiting artist in Laguna Beach’s prestiguous Festival of the Arts.

With her latest work featured in SEADUCTION, Beverly shows the seductive side of the underwater world through her lens in these abstract and erotic works.

Beverly  conducts underwater travel trips to exotic locations, does slide presentations and motivational talks about her work and living your dream and has just written her first children’s book, Angelee Saves the Sea. Her line of UNDER THE SEA calendars, custom prints, posters, notecards, and her latest product, The Exotic Fish Motion Lamp are available through her company, Envirovision.

Visit her website www.beverlyfactor.com or call 949-673-2555