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March was a busy month for the Coral Reef Image Bank. Six spectacular photographers (including the newly awarded Underwater Photographer of the Year 2019) generously donated more than 125 high-quality images to the Bank. Dive in and get to know some of them a little better, and don’t forget to follow The Ocean Agency on InstagramFacebook and Twitter to see new photos as we add them.

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HANNES KLOSTERMANN is a scuba instructor with a passion for photographing sharks and other large pelagic creatures, as well as supporting species conservation. Through his work, he inspires people to explore the sea and aims to help change the public's perception of sharks.


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RICHARD BARNDEN, Underwater Photographer of the Year 2019, spent years traveling before settling in Palau. He has spent many years on the island and has become well known for his images of spawning aggregations and blackwater shots, taken at night. 


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TRACEY JENNINGS picked up the camera in 2012, but it wasn't until a chance encounter with Michael Aw (a fellow Featured Photographer) that she was inspired to shoot underwater. Since then, Tracey's traveled around the world, taking brilliant images of life both above and below the surface.