Limited Edition Underwater Photography Prints

Fine Art Underwater Photography

We have chosen the very best from our underwater photography portfolio for these limited edition prints. See the Gallery below with details of print size, availability, price and subject.

See our Above Water Photography limited edition print gallery here.

All prints are signed with title, date and edition number on the back.

Prints come in 3 sizes:

  • 90cm x 60cm – £120
  • 60cm x 40cm- £80
  • 40cm x 30cm- £50

Please follow the link button below to enquire and order. We print to order on either Gloss or Lustre Matt Paper.

Postage is extra and is based on your location.

Once your order has been placed we will invoice you with payment details. Contact us for more information.

Hallelujah Manta

A manta Ray somersaults as it feeds very close to viewer

A giant Manta Ray feeds on plankton by somersaulting through the water in this beautiful limited edition print. Captured as the 4m wide animal loops, mouth and gills wide open through the water. The spots on its belly are as individual as a finger print making this animal identifiable year after year. This one has already been named, see it here at the Palau Manta ID website

20 Available in each size

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Bluestripe Snapper School

A resident school of Blue-stripe Snapper (Lutjanus kasmira) swim together for protection above a reef in the Republic of Palau. Their bright yellow and blue stripes area vivid addition to the biodiversity of a tropical reef throughout the Indo-Pacific region.

20 Available in each size

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Red Big-eyes

The Crescent-tail Bigeyes form huge schools with hundreds of fish present. When calm they turn a reassuring red but when alerted they bleach out to silver. They use their big eyes for hunting at night.

20 Available in each size

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Shark cruising over Reef

A Gray Reef Shark cruises nonchalantly over a coral reef towards the camera in this high energy limited edition print that would make an incredible focal point in any room.

 

20 available in each size

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Jellyfish Sunlight

Jellyfish Lake in Palau is home to an estimated 10 million Golden jellyfish, who all follow the sun as it traverses the sky. They do this every day because within their bodies live microscopic algae that photosynthesise producing sugars that the jellyfish then metabolise to make energy. It’s in the jellyfish’s best interest to keep its algae in bright sunlight to maximise the photosynthesis. 

20 available in each size

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Sunlit Anemone

A Magnificent Anemone with its resident family of clownfish bathe in the sunbeams of a shallow tropical reef.

20 available in each size

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Realm of the Shark

A huge Gorgonian Sea Fan thrusts out from the reef into the current so that its polyps can feed on the plankton drifting by. Each fan is made up of tens of thousands of individual polyps, each blissfully unaware of the Sharks swimming out in the blue.

20 available in each size

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Marine Sanctuary

Some parts of the Pacific Ocean are protected from commercial fishing and when this happens the marine life recovers to a Pristine Ecosystem. Here we have a group of Blue-Stripe Snapper with an enormous school of Brass stripe Barracuda swimming above them. Palau, Micronesia.

20 available in each size.

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Contorted Shoal

Scad fish often school together and form dense shoals that contort and morph as they perceive the threat of predators. Each fish hoping that the safety in numbers will keep it from being someone’s next meal.

20 available in each size.

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Turtle Reef

An adult Green Turtle swims towards the camera above a coral reef in Micronesia. Accompanying it is a flat looking Spadefish that uses the marine reptile as both protection from predators and picks up any bits of food that the turtle misses as it eats. Turtles are very messy eaters….

20 available in each size.

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Deep Red Reef

In some places the reef disappears down into the depths below the reach of SCUBA Divers. Here the sea fans and corals grow to enormous sizes gently catching the drifting plankton as it flows by.

20 available in each size.

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Barracuda in the Blue

These large fish are individually packed full of sharp teeth evolved to rip huge chunks of flesh from their prey. Barracuda of this species form large schools  in the hundreds that swim out in the open blue water. The fish are very interested in SCUBA divers and will come close to inspect you. Very unnerving as you never know what is going on behind those staring eyes…

20 available in each size

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Spiralling Corals

In a sheltered bay surrounded by mangroves lies a secret reef full of amazing shapes like this one pretending to be a chocolate dessert of some kind… Micronesia.

20 available in each size

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Sunlit Reef Scene

In a sheltered bay amongst the Rock Islands of Palau, coral reefs exist in the calm shallow waters like something from an aquarium exhibit.

20 available in each size

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Purple Sea Fan and Sun Beams

Gorgonian Sea Fans grow to huge sizes, sometimes 3m across. the long filaments are covered in coral polyps, each an individual animal feeding on the plankton as it floats by. Sea fans will always sit perpendicular to the current to maximise the water passing and hitting the fan.

20 available in each size

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Discover Excitement

The element of the unknown discovery is a keystone in SCUBA Diving and here we have a diver descending into an underwater cavern containing who knows what…..

20 available in each size

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The Wolf and the Idols

Moorish idols aggregate to spawn on the reefs once a year. Their long pennants like flags s they dash and dart around in unison. Lurking in the background are sometimes hundreds of sharks waiting to pick off the weakest individuals…

20 available in each size

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