Pink dolphins in the Rio Negro, Amazonas
Wedding dresses underwater photo production
Mantarays at the manta cleaning station, Maldives
Blue-spotted stingray - Red Sea
Anemone near Male Atol, Maldives
Nemo33 deepest diving pool, Brussels, Belgium
DIving Fernando de Noronha
Stingray in the underwater Fernando de Noronha
Diving the Dead Sea
Sealion in the Galapagos Islands
Huli people in Papua New Guinea during a dive travel
Arctic Diving in Lofoten Islands, Norway

Welcome to the Michel Braunstein Underwater Photography website and blog. It was built in the spirit of providing the most explicit dive destination information and various other news. This site includes many pictures, articles, interactive maps, the most amazing videos coming from all over and additional exciting contents.



Built to impress

Noa’s UW Shoot

This is the movie showing the making-of the singer Noa (Achinoam Nini) underwater photo shoot for her new album “Love Medicine”

Noa’s UW Session

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Diving the Dead Sea

Yes, it’s possible to dive the Dead Sea! Read about it and see here some rare underwater pictures of the saltiest sea and also the deepest place in the world

Diving the Dead Sea

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Nemo33 Diving Pool

What a great idea to allow to dive in swimming suit in the freezing Brussels. That’s possible in Nemo33, the deepest diving pool ever

Nemo33 Deepest Pool

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UW Photo Gear & Tips

This new section includes info on underwater photo equipment and photo tips from the field

UW Photo Gear & Tips

  • Green Turtle

    Green Turtle has had enough of Xmas

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    Jace Green from Creative Scuba Images, is located in Bali, Indonesia. He has just released this beautiful short clip of a green turtle laying down on a barrel sponge  to rest. The turtle is yawning like if it has had more than enough of Christmas …

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  • Inside The Zenobia Wreck

    Inside the Zenobia Wreck – Cyprus

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    The Zenobia is one of the most famous wreck dive in the world, which has sealed her place wreck dives Hall of Fame. The MS Zenobia sunk in 1980 at 1500 meters of Larnaca shores, in Cyprus. Laying at 42 meters depth, the inner part is …

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  • Sinking The Nemesis Iii In Cyprus

    Sinking and First Dive on the Nemesis III in Cyprus

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    Diving centers in Cyprus, together with municipalities, Cyprus Tourism Office and the European community have bought 4 old boats in order to sink them and create artificial reefs. The first boat of the series, named Nemesis III was sunken on December 20st, 2013, just before …

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  • Pink Dolphins image of the day in The Telegraph

    Pink Dolphins Image of the Day in the British Telegraph

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    My well known pink dolphins picture (aka Boto or Inia Geofrensis) was published as picture of the day, on December 19th, in The Telegraph newspaper website in the UK here

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  • Islas Revillagigedos

    Islas Revillagigedos – Incredible!

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    Revillagigedos Islands are in the the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, in Mexico. They are well known for their unique eco-system. Globaldivemedia.com  has mounted this footage on a music created by Ingacio Nunez. It’s a wonderful ballet of dolphins, manta rays, jack fishes, different species …

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  • Meeting Manatees

    Meeting the Gentle Giant Manatees

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    Patrick Rynne and William Drumm went to snorket Crystal Springs in Florida and they have shot this nice footage of the gentle giant manatees. The clip was entirely shot with GoPro HD.

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  • Seal Of Approval

    Seal of Approval

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    Jason Neilus and his gang gang shot these playful seals, while they were diving the Farne Islands in Northumberland, UK. The seals are everywhere and all over the divers. Enjoy the show!!! Cameras: Hero2 and Hero3 with no filters and next to no lights (seals didn’t like …

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  • Giant Echizen Jellyfish

    Giant Echizen Jellyfish

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    BBC reports about the growing population of giant Echizen jellyfish off the coasts of Japan. The local fishing industry is under threat from this unusual and deadly predator which have already cost millions of Yen to the fishing industry. Warming waters are apparently the main cause in …

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  • Dozens Of Pilot Whales Beached In Florida National Park

    Dozens of Pilot Whales Beached in Florida National Park

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    Around 30 whales were beached in the Everglades National Park in southwest Florida. Rangers attempted to keep the animals stable until the tide rose enough to allow them to return to sea. Of the ten members of the pod stranded on shore, four had died, …

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  • French Polynesia Below The Surface

    French Polynesia Below the Surface

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    Paul Cangemi has nicely put together a collection of footage shot during his dives in French Polynesia. The short clip gives a good idea of all that can be seen there. Only wide-angle subjects and in large quantity, worst to see! I can’t wait to …

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