Andrew Sallmon

United StatesSan Diego CA, United States
20
years of
experience
Specialty: Underwater
My life completely revolves around the ocean and I am happiest when underwater with my cameras. From our home in San Diego, California, I work full time as an underwater photographer, writing and shooting for dive magazines, licensing images to clients of all types and sizes, teaching new photographers and leading underwater photography trips all over the world.I took my first underwater image on film with a Nikonos camera back in 1980 and have been deeply involved with underwater photography and the oceans ever since. I began working full time as an underwater photographer in 2000 and never looked back.
Photo Critique
Rating
5.3
Photographer: Terry Chapman
Camera:
Nikon D90
Critiqued by: Andrew Sallmon
good start to a possibly interesting image. Please see improvements.
Photo Critique
Rating
8.3
Photographer: stuart edwards
Camera:
Canon PowerShot SX20 IS
Critiqued by: Andrew Sallmon
A very difficult shot to get, especially with a point n shoot and fast moving subject. Well done!
Photo Critique
Rating
8.3
Photographer: Ros Wilkinson
Camera:
Fujifilm A150
Critiqued by: Andrew Sallmon
Good shot, hard to do with this camera. Good use of what you had. Angle around a little more to get "the face" of the ladybug next time.
Photo Critique
Rating
6.1
Photographer: jodhi inglis
Camera:
Fujifilm FinePix F70EXR
Critiqued by: Andrew Sallmon
An interesting image that could be improved.
Photo Critique
Rating
8
Photographer: Melissa Smith
Camera:
Canon EOS 50D
Critiqued by: Andrew Sallmon
Overall good shot. Difficult to capture and difficult to do zoomed at 300mm hand held. Well done Melissa.