- January 03, 2019
- 3 min to read
Famous Underwater Photographers in 2019
"The oceans can survive without us, but we can not survive without the oceans," writes National Geographic photographer David Doubilet below his post on September 9, 2017.
Thanks to Instagram, creatures once described in Jule Verne’s "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea" are now just a few clicks away from welcoming you with their close-up. From these Instagrammers, view hair-raising images depicting the arresting beauty of swirling waters, seaweed, and yes, weird fish that are part of the marine biology.
That’s why the Photolemur team has searched the web to find 100 of the best travel photography Instagram accounts we could find.
Through the images, David Doubilet brings the marine environment directly to you. He shows you the fantastic creatures in the water, one image at a time.
The fantastic and eye-popping photos here depict yoga poses and fairytales taking place unexpectedly in the deep blue.
The distinctive style of Heinrichs, a scuba diver and cinematographer, grabs you at first sight. Follow him if you want to feel like Moby Dick every day of your life.
Sharp shark teeth and soft dolphin smiles greet you so intimately that you almost feel the salty water on your face. Each photo is a tour de force that makes you want to do your part to protect the marine world.
This Ph.D. marine ecologist explores the secrets of the vast, blue world. Explore the beautiful creatures in photos and videos.
Welcome to Hawaii and other beautiful lands in this feed dedicated to ocean education and preservation.
This National Geographic photographer and storyteller offers scenes off the coast of Cape Town. From sharks to stingrays, it's all covered here.
Winner, a nautical ambassador and underwater photographer, takes you along on a journey to see the Earth's smallest marine life and the occasional shark. What will you discover next?