The underwater world is a mystery to many people. For those who take the plunge below the surface, a whole new ecosystem awaits filled with amazing corals, crustaceans, fish and mammals.
By taking a camera underwater, we can explore this weird and wonderful environment without getting wet. Tammy will talk about the challenges of taking photos underwater, give tips for travelling with dive and camera gear, and share her images from local and overseas dive sites and the stories behind them.
About Tammy Gibbs
Tammy Gibbs is a Perth diver and photographer who loves sharing the amazing underwater world through photographs. She is currently President of the Western Australian Underwater Photographic Society.
She is driven by the desire to not only capture a stunning shot, but to learn about marine critters, their behaviour and the unique marine ecosystems they live in.
Tammy has won a variety awards for her photography including the ANZANG Nature Photography competition (Botanicals winner in 2011, Underwater finalist in 2012), several WA Underwater Photographic Society competitions, underwater.com.au monthly and annual prizes. She had four images in the Underwater Festival 2011 Top 100.
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