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If you need an exciting story with great images, you have come to the right place. ScubaPixel offers stories on topics like wreck diving, marine biology, underwater photography and a wide variety of dive destinations.

Posted on Nov 25, 2011

All stories are delivered in English or Norwegian, and comes with a selection of print-ready high-res JPEG images. In most cases, more images are available in the image database.

Please use the Available stories menu to the right to see stories in the different categories. If you don't find anything that suit your needs, don't be afraid to make a request!

The ScubaPixel database contains over 4.000 scuba diving and travel related images, from both temperate and tropical destinations.

How to order?

It's easy! Just drop me a line letting me know which story you want. All stories are delivered with captions on request, depending on which images are chosen.

Delivery of the stories can be done by FTP, in a Dropbox, via Filemail or simply as a download from my server.

You will also find plenty of images showing fish, crustaceans, echinoderms, nudibranchs, turtles, manatees and many other animals. And of course some seahorses!

What about images?

You can find the images under the Images tab on top of the page, just search for the name of the destination, wreck or topic in question.

You will also find an image link together with the synopsis for each story under the Stories tab. I also send a low-res sample image set when you request more info.

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The fine print

Some stories may be subject to restrictions in certain regions depending on who has decided to run the story and may not be available. We operate on a first come, first served basis, and in general grant exclusive rights for a given period based upon country or language. Please observe the copyright notice at the bottom of the page.

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