The DPG network is a series of media outlets devoted to the art and sport of underwater photography. It is fueled by a young team connected by a passion for underwater photography. We value good journalism and informative writing, high quality print, exciting and unconventional travel, and above all else, a fine underwater image.
We do one thing and one thing only: underwater photography. Whether it's through high quality photojournalism in our digital and print publications, our photography expeditions around the world, our prestigious competitions that recognize the world's best underwater photographers, or simply our local meet-ups where like-minded people can share a laugh and good conversation, our goal is to inspire the next great underwater photographer or photograph.
The DPG network is designed for seasoned underwater photographers as well as anyone who enjoys underwater imagery. The website has 50,000 monthly readers and the print magazine has 36,000 subscribers that are underwater photographers- engaged enthusiasts or motivated beginners with the aspirations to dive into a new passion. We are always interested in hearing from potential partners that share this adventurous audience.
DivePhotoGuide.com is a comprehensive underwater photography resource and award winning website for photographers and videographers of all levels. Features include underwater photography technique guides, travel and destination guides, photo galleries, equipment guides, daily news, product reviews, event calendars, monthly contests, and a community of over 50,000 underwater photographers and videographers from around the globe
The most comprehensive collection of "how-to" articles on underwater photographers written by the world's top professionals. Techniques range from how to get started in underwater photography to advanced lighting techniques to surf and fashion photography.
We post photo, video and ocean news daily and regularly publish original, authoritative articles. Each article is thoroughly edited by our full-time editorial staff and is designed to be both informative and thought provoking. We work closely with today’s top pros, freshest faces, living legends, and industry leaders to deliver a range of content for the global underwater photography community.
There are two parts to our Gallery section: galleries that users upload to share with the community and their friends, and a carefully curated selection of the world’s top pros and advanced enthusiasts. This is a great place to browse images for inspiration, and a frequent source for photo editors looking for photographs.
A themed competition for our readers that is free to enter. The creative themes and great prizes draw the top amateur photographers and always produce amazing winners. Looking back at the previous contests results is a visual feast.
The Dome Report is DPG's weekly newsletter. Sign up to have this underwater photography news and articles newsletter delivered directly to your inbox. It's a great way to stay on top of the latest headlines, and make sure you never miss an important story.
The DPG group will spend 12 days at sea in the Antarctica peninsula photographing the cold, clear water and camping with penguin colonies.
A small group of underwater photographers head to the Bahamas' Cat Island to photograph the beautiful and misunderstood Oceanic Whitetip Shark.
An adrenaline-filled expedition to photograph sailfish, the fastest fish in the ocean, hunting in packs.
Photograph in luxury in the clear blue waters of the Maldives aboard the Maldives Siren.
A two-week trip to the most diverse and pristine reefs in the world. We make an annual expedition to Indonesia.
A two-week DPG expedition to the Galapagos where photographers came face to face with hammerhead sharks, whale sharks and the rare Galapagos Penguin.
The New York Underwater Photographic Society is a community for anyone interested in underwater photography and underwater video. We meet once a month, typically on the first Tuesday. Sometimes we have a world renowned guest like David Doubilet, Howard Schatz and Emory Kristof. Sometimes we just meet to share images on a specific theme. No matter what type of presentation it is, our goal is simple: to promote the art of underwater imagery in the greatest city in the world – New York.
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