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Marc T.


Morgan Hill, CA
Hometown: London

Member since:

March 17, 2012

Number of years shooting underwater photography or video

I have been diving since 1999 and an amateur u/w photographer since around 2002. Primarily still photography.

Type of photographic or video equipment you are currently shooting with (including housing and lighting sources)

On land I shoot with Nikon DSLRs & lenses, however I've never yet dared to take that underwater with me and I still shoot with a much more modest Canon G9 with an Ikelite housing and Ikelite strobe. I do feel like camera's limitations in noise & responsiveness are starting to limit me, but waiting for the right opportunity to upgrade to u/w DLSR photography.

Areas of photographic interest (black & white, DSLR, Compact/Point & Shoots, video, macro, wide angle, etc...)

DSLR, macro, land & seascapes, wildlife.

Number of years scuba diving

Since 1999. I trained in the UK, doing some in shore and English channel diving and have also been fortunate enough to dive some other great world locations including Sharm El Sheikh, Sudan, Thailand, Australia's Great Barrier reef, Iceland, New Zealand Milford Sound.


Love to scuba dive and combine it with my other passion; photography. Late last year I moved from the UK out to the bay area for work purposes and I am keen to get my relatively new dry suit wet again exploring the the US pacific coast.

What Marc T. is saying about this Meetup Group

Always good to catchup with everyone at NCUPS - hope to see you all soon at a future meetup (and hopefully dive event!). :-)

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