photography by Our Underwater photographers have experience in a large range of photography and can cater for all your photographic Virtual Tours & 360 Panorama in Red Sea
Sometimes it can be daunting to approach a busy scene and take the first compositional steps towards developing a clear, compelling photograph. If you ever feel overwhelmed by something you’re about to shoot and you’re not exactly sure how to compose, try to remember NYIP’s Three Guidelines for Great Photographs:
- A Good Photograph Has a Clear Subject- Every image you create is about either someone or something. Are you trying to tell a story about a certain subject or convey the particular mood of a landscape via something symbolic within it? Either way, whoever looks at the photo you create should immediately see the person or thing you’re trying to tell a story about. This should be clear and unambiguous.
- A Good Photograph Focuses Attention on the Subject- Once you establish a subject or theme, you need to then compose the surrounding elements in such a way that the viewer is not left confused or unsure of what they’re looking at. Try to make a scene that immediately draws said viewer’s eye to that subject.
- A Good Photograph Simplifies- Simplification is key to developing an image that tells a story. A good image should embrace additional elements that contribute to the story and enhance the underlying theme, and should exclude any outside noise that doesn’t add anything additional to the subject’s narrative.
Underwater photography and videography,360 panorama and Hotel photography
Ivan Aliverti escaped Milan and did his very first dive in 1991 with a camera in his hands and hasn’t been able to let go of it since. His diving career took him from Kenya, through Sardinia and the Maldives to the Red Sea, He has been filming, taking pictures and winning competitions doing both. A real ‘Aliverti’ is more than just an image, he manages to truly capture the moment and convey to you the essence of his surroundings.
Studio Photography; food & jewelry. Underwater photography, Advertising photography
He met Italy for the first time in 1967 and finally in 1970 he has marked his childhood home life as need for light and salt water. The sea has always been the element that accompanies him everywhere, “while light the need to see new places.” Upon graduation from high school in 1980, he found himself on holiday in Egypt, on the pristine shores of the Red Sea in those years. I found my sea!
Kevin G Haigh
Hotel Photography, studio Photography
Born, raised and educated in the UK, Kevin has travelled extensively throughout the world on commercial photographic assignments. From 1992 to 2007, Kevin was based in Egypt specialising in photography for tourism, travel and advertising. He is a Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain. Married to Denise, they decided to make NZ their home in 2007. Now living north of Auckland and beginning to make his name in Kiwi land.
360 panoramic, hotel & boat photography
Remo Pinana, born and raised in Ticino, Switzerland, gave in to his sense of adventure and made the big move to Egypt in 1994. He worked as Food and Beverage Manager, a diving instructor and underwater videographer, before he finally realized his dream and started his own company specializing in the very things he loved; underwater filming and photography. The business expands and he finds that his other interests are perfectly aligned and, today, he is an all-round photographer, editor and graphic designer. Behind his talent in photography, there is a unparalleled amount of technical knowledge and drive for innovation, making 360-images the most advanced in it’s field of work.
Underwater photo & videography
Darja Tjioe couldn’t resist the calling of the sea any longer and moved from Amsterdam in the Netherlands to El Gouna in 1999. Since then, she did many dives working as an instructor, and slowly started to develop an interest in photography. Nothing makes her happier than finding rare and tiny critters and capturing them on film or photo. Her pictures are taken all over the Red Sea, and truly reflect her passion for marine life. Now she combines her interest in underwater photography, videography and technical diving into a full time job. How lucky is she?
Niklas Funk was born and raised in Sweden, but left his home country 25 years ago. He has been working with diving in Turkey, Maldives and Israel in the passed. Now Egypt is his home and he is working at Colona Divers as MD. He started to take pictures with a Nikonos V and was a keen underwater photographer for a long time. Nowadays, taking picture above water seems to be more interesting for him. His favorite motives are people and faces from Egypt, as well as landscapes from Africa and Europe.
paparazzi, art designer, photosession stylist, post production, advertising, front cover, beauty, fashion, glamour, nude art, portrait.
Education: Moscow, individual course with Vogue Magazine Master. work experience: Moscow, freelance, 1 year Kiev, Magazines Makiyage, Zerkalo Modi, Mon AmourUkraine life, 3 years.
One of the founding fathers of Red Sea Images, Reto now lives in Switserland and works for PADI. He hasn’t given up on his passion yet and is still an avid above and underwater photo- and videographer. Watch this page for some unique photos of Swiss lake diving.
He started doing Underwater photography in 1986 with a motor marine Sea & Sea camera, Now he could finally afford buying a new Digital Camera (Nikon D80) and proper housing together with some new lenses and strobes and could manage to take shift in Marsa Alam every month which gave him access to the beautiful the glorious Elphinstone.
Underwater and Temples
Dr. Tina Gauer