Yamada Point 3rd March 2017

  • Adobe Photoshop CC 2017 (Windows)
  • 2017:03:02 15:06:02

Shot Notes

In 2017 I have been working on the coral reefs around Okinawa in Japan. These waters contain the oldest and largest reefs in the Northern Hemisphere. This area has experienced some of the most devastating effects of climate change which has accelerated coral bleaching. This coral plantation at Yamada Point was built by local fishermen and is now the largest man-made coral field at over 2.5 hectares.

These images are a result of a collaboration between PanediaGoogleThe Ocean Agency and the XL Catlin Seaview Survey. This project takes up most of my working week, although I don’t do the Photography, I have a lot of fun working on these beautiful images in Photoshop.

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