Scuba diving is a sport that many people admire. Millions of people every year are taking up the sport. For those who love exploring the underwater seas, scuba diving is a great way to do it. The SCUBA of scuba diving stands for Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus. With this apparatus, a person can breathe underwater. The proper way to learn how to scuba dive is to take a course and get certified. Beginners dive between 100 to 133 feet. More experienced divers go deeper. Following scuba divers on Instagram is a fun thing to do. Here are five of the top scuba influencers to follow on Instagram.
Nadia is a resident of Northern California and a skilled scuba diver, content creator, influencer, and expedition leader. Nadia, who won Ocean Photographer of The Year for 2020, has over 300,000 followers on Instagram. On her account, you will find up-close-and-personal pics of sharks, whales, penguins, and crabs. These are photos that would look great in your home and office, and Nadia sells her pictures on her website.
The scuba diver, photographer, and videographer Sean Havas displays interesting photographic angles of the bridges over ocean waters and sharks that he shoots. Havas runs his site Pirates and Palm that features videos and other information about sea life.
Alicia Ward, a Mexican American raised in Hawaii, is a scuba diver, photographer, and cinematographer with 125,000 followers on her Instagram, Alicia Underwater. The photos she posts are colorful, bright images of dolphins and stingrays. She has a website with her scuba-diving husband, Jim.
Scientist Enric Sala is a National Geographic and Explorer-in-Residence. Scuba diver Dr. Sala’s Instagram feed displays lovely, bright underwater pics of various aquatic sea life, such as sharks, stingrays, fish, and turtles. Sala has a website, and he is the author of Pristine Seas: Journeys to the Ocean’s Last Wild Places (forward by actor Leonardo DiCaprio) and The Nature of Nature: Why We Need the Wild.
Award-winning wildlife photographer Brian Skerry is a scuba diver and wildlife photojournalist for National Geographic Magazine. His photographs have been exhibited in such countries as France and Spain. Skerry, who has a website, also has over 900,000 followers on Instagram. His pictures often focus on one subject, such as the face of a seal or a dolphin.