We've seen several series of underwater portraits, but LA photographer Tim Tadder creates an interesting, tension-filled dynamic in his Fish Heads images by shooting his subjects as they break the water's surface in disorienting ways.
Normal, everyday activities are pretty boring to photograph. There’s a woman doing her laundry. And there are some ballerinas striking a pose. But now, imagine viewing those mundane photos as displayed in the world’s only underwater art gallery.
Underwater Cinema: The Andreas Franke “Life Below the Surface” exhibit. Shot on a sunken Vandenberg military ship 100 feet below the surface in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, about seven miles south of Key West.
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