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Damien Siviero
Damien Siviero is a Sydney based diver and photographer, with a passion for underwater exploration and adventure. He has over 17 years diving experience and has explored some of the world’s best and most remote locations. Damien is an avid and accomplished technical wreck and cave diver, however is just as happy shooting pretty fish on a tropical reef; his photography matches his passion and is a blend of the two worlds. Although he started working in the dive industry in the mid 90’s, Damien now works and as an information technology Enterprise Architect for one of Australia’s leading financial services companies. Damien applies his background in technology to both diving and photography in order get the most out of his time underwater. Adapting to advances in DSLR technology has seen him expand into underwater videography and has already begun shooting high definition footage of wreck and cave expeditions. Of most acclaim is his discovery footage of the MV Fairwind project, which has subsequently been broadcast on Australian and International television. With over 15 years experience in underwater photography, Damien’s still imagery speaks for itself. Not only content with documentary style images, Damien strives to produce images that capture the beauty and awe of the subjects he shoots. Many of Damien’s award winning still images have been published in various print and digital media. The use of closed-circuit rebreather technology allows Damien to push the traditional limits of scuba diving, whether diving deep on a wreck or for hours on shallower reefs. A bubble-less diving experience also lets him interact closely with timid wildlife and ensure careless bubbles don’t adverse effect images. http://damiensiviero.com
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DEEP Indonesia 2020 Results Announced
Posted: Friday, March 27, 2020

DivePhotoGuide and Wetpixel are proud to announce the winners of the 2020 DEEP Indonesia international underwater photography competition. The competition is part of a unique series of underwater imaging events and has become one of the biggest and most prestigious in the world. Everyone from novice to professionals compete annually in what has become the “Super Bowl” of international underwater imagery events, which combined with the DPG/Wetpixel Masters Underwater Imaging Competition, awarded over $100,000 of world-class prizes.

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The winners of the 2020 DEEP Indonesia imaging competition have been announced! With more than $45,000 in prizes, this year’s contest attracted thousands of entries in several themed categories. The Best of Show was awarded to Enrico Somogyi for a creative capture of a golden jellyfish in Palau.

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Animal Portrait Winning Photograph by Eric

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Eric Hou

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Animal Behavior Winning Photograph by Jenny

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Jenny Stock

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The 2020 competition winners have been announced! Congratulations to all the underwater photographers who participated, and to the winners from around the world. The DPG/Wetpixel Masters Underwater Imaging Competition is one of the most prestigous international underwater imagery events, and over $55,000 of world-class prizes have been awarded, including a $1,000 cash prize to the “Best of Show” winner – Scott Portelli.

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Scott Portelli

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Macro Unrestricted Winning Photograph by Keigo

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Keigo Kawamura

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Yung-Sen Wu

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The winners of the 2019 DEEP Indonesia imaging competition have been announced! With more than $45,000 in prizes, this year’s contest attracted thousands of entries in several themed categories. The Best of Show was awarded to Grant Thomas for an impressive split shot titled “Papuan Sunset.”

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Grant Thomas

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Ipah Uid

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Animal Portrait Winning Photograph by Nicholas

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Nicholas Samaras

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The 2019 competition winners have been announced! Congratulations to all the underwater photographers who participated, and to the winners from around the world. The Our World Underwater competition has become one of the most prestigous international underwater imagery events, and over $55,000 of world-class prizes have been awarded, including a $1,000 cash prize to the “Best of Show” winner – Luc Rooman.

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Luc Rooman

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Pedro Carrillo

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Todor Dimitrov

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The winners of the 2018 DEEP Indonesia imaging competition have been announced! With more than $45,000 in prizes, this year’s contest attracted thousands of entries in several themed categories. The Best of Show was awarded to Yung-Sen Wu for a jaw-dropping image of a blue-ring octopus tending its eggs in Lembeh, Indonesia.

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Yung-Sen Wu

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Francesco Pacienza

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Reefscapes Winning Photograph by David

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David Salvatori

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