Tony Henneke has been an avid underwater photographer for the past 10 years, combining his curiosity about the underwater world with his interest in nature photography. His extensive SCUBA diving experience (over 1,000 dives worldwide) has helped him overcome the special lighting, composition, environmental, and physical challenges inherent with underwater photography. He periodically teaches underwater photography classes, with particular emphasis on the Nikonos V camera, lenses, and strobes.

Tony shares his interests in diving and photography with his wife Barbara, a certified diving instructor. They have had the opportunity to dive in the Florida Keys, the

Bahamas, Belize, Bonaire, the Cayman Islands, Cozumel, Curacao, Roatan, St. Thomas, Cocos Island, the Galapagos Islands, and the islands of Yap and Palau in Micronesia. Tony has captured many delightful underwater images from these exotic locations. His photographs include diverse subjects - schooling fish, marine animal silhouettes, coral-encrusted wrecks, and macro close-ups of coral, anemone, and other reef creatures.

Tony regularly displays his images on nationally recognized nature photography websites. His most recent gallery exhibit was at the Packinghouse Gallery in Indian Rocks Beach, Florida.

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