Good to see my underwater work being showcased on the Corbis Crave site. Locations featured include the Red Sea, Bermuda, Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman..
Category Archives: Underwater
I was sad to see the demise of Fuji’s NeoPan 400 B&W film stock recently. All of my underwater work was shot using NeoPan 400, in a Subal housed Nikon D90x & Nikkor 16mm ƒ2.8 lens, and for those who are wondering.. I rated the stock at 1600asa, and later colour graded the work on […]
Back in July 2001 Graeme Gourlay, who was then editor of Dive Magazine, asked me if I’d be interested in working on a feature with them on the wrecks that surround Bermuda, and of course I accepted. Two weeks were spent diving many of the wreck sites, with most laying in 6 to 20 meters […]
Corbis feature my underwater work on their blog. “The Subaquatic Life of Photographer Julian Calverley. Julian Calverley has been shooting commercially for over 20 years. While he’s mainly known for his landscape and lifestyle work, he also shoots underwater. Julian’s subaquatic work has been described as “atmospheric evocations of what it’s like to be under […]
My underwater work is now available exclusively on Corbis. Locations include the Red Sea, the Cayman Islands and Bermuda with more to follow..
The huge fluted anchor of the L’Herminie, a 60-gun French frigate which in 1837 sank in stormy waters after hitting one of the many reefs that surround Bermuda. Cannonballs and 40 of the cannons are still visible in the sand. From a feature on the wrecks of Bermuda which I shot for DIVE magazine back in […]
Limited edition set of 3 art prints featuring 3 of my underwater images from the Red Sea: Yolanda Reef, Wreck of the SS Thistlegorm and Shark Reef. Litho printed on Galerie Silk 250gm art paper. Each print measures 297mm x 420mm, is ready for framing and comes shipped in a tough, sealed cardboard tube. Available […]
Patrick Woodrow has chosen one of my underwater images for the front cover of his latest book ‘Double Cross’ The image was shot in Bermuda while on assignment for DIVE magazine, and shows the wreck of The Hermes, a 254 tonne freighter built in 1943.
Julian’s iconic Lotus image is to be used by Seven Tenths to celebrate 15 years as the worlds leading supplier of groovy dive threads.