With Tanya Burnett

From the surface of the water to what lies beneath, we have many opportunities to create an impactful image without donning a scuba tank.
Often times it can be EASIER when not on scuba, so some of my favorite shots were taken while snorkeling. Sometimes it is just the play of
light on the sand, a stunning coral reef, or any number of creatures that are easier to approach in silence.

Join me for some inspirational ideas of shooting underwater without the use of scuba.

Tanya earned a BA in Diving Industry Sport Management from Barry University and is the former owner of one of Florida’s first technical dive training/retail facilities. She holds rec/tec instructor ratings from PADI, NAUI, TDI & SDI.

She’s a professional UW photographer and writer authoring and/or producing images for over 100 published articles in dive and travel magazines. She has organized and led dive expeditions globally for over two decades. Tanya is closely involved with marine conservation groups in South Florida and the Bahamas.

She was inducted into the Women Diver Hall of Fame in 2019.