Portfolio in Tauchen

Underwater images can captivate and spellbind you. The playing fields of Norwegian underwater photographer Christian Skauge are huge wrecks, but also tiny nudibranchs.

Posted on May 21, 2014

Quite an intro! German dive magazine Tauchen is running a big 8-page portfolio with my images in their June 2014 issue - check it out!

The images used in the portfolio spans a lot both in time and location. Among the chosen ones you'll find images from Bonaire, Malta, Norway, Papua New-Guinea and Egypt.

Although not in tune with the intro, this is one of my personal favorites - a school of bannerfish shot in the Strait of Tiran outside Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt.

Biggest in Europe

Tauchen is Europe's biggest dive magazine with a printed circulation of almost 40.000 and an impressive estimated readership of 400.000, according to media data available on the publisher Top Jahr Verlag's homepage.

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Tauchen have been inspiring divers since 1978, and needless to say I'm very proud that they wanted to run a portfolio showcasing my underwater images.

Here's an overview of the content of the June 2014 issue of Tauchen:

Tauchen is available both in print and a digital edition. Please visit their website to purchase the magazine or sign up for a subscription.

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Read this blog post and pick up some valuable advice!
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