Reflections on the underwater world, photography and diving I These little reflections highlight our approach to diving, underwater photography and videography and how we are linked to the underwater world. They are based on our philosophy, reflect our point of view and share our experiences as dive guides and instructors.On […]Read More
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In short: Me and my cameras have not always lived in perfect harmony. I love diving and find it very relaxing. Why add another activity on top? After initial struggles and a longer break, I started with a new mind-set. Not that there were no more frustrations all of the […]Read More
During the flight to Indonesia in the beginning of December 2015 I read in my diving magazine Unterwasser about Bangka Island in the North of Sulawesi: Beautiful and diverse coral reefs just outside the famous Bunaken National Marine Park – less known, but very much worth going, especially if you […]Read More
We are getting itchy feed. The last projects in Europe have to be finished this month, but all we can think about is diving! Thanks to Yoeri we have new clips to fuel our wish. “The reefs of the Visayas I and II” are perfectly complementing “Critters” and give a […]Read More
The Philippines. Tropical paradise consisting of more than 7000 islands. More importantly, as part of the Coral Triangle, the Philippines offers some great diving. In this video, we’ll introduce you to some of the lesser-known creatures of the sea. The weird and wacky critters that make the oceans such an […]Read More
Unfortunately, we don’t have the time to work on our website at the moment. So many things we wanna show you, write about, explore, connect with, … But other stuff is keeping us busy for now. Nevertheless, we are trying to use our Devocean Pictures Facebook page regularly. Please, get […]Read More
Here’s why: We are missing our floppy reef with the friendly turtles, massive french angelfish, cute cowfish, beloved eagle rays, and sharkies. STENAPA (St Eustatius National Parks Foundation) takes care of these treasures – underwater and on land. Discover the beauty: Go Statia!Read More