Richard Carey can help advertise your business, it’s great to have good quality underwater images from your dive trips. Read more.
For a quick how-to guide on how to improve your photo skills, check out ‘The Underwater Photographer’s Guide‘ by Richard Carey. Read more.
Do you want to simply enjoy your dives without bothering to take the photographs youself? Richard has that covered for you. Read more.
Whether you require high quality images for advertising, websites, blogs, editorial use or even personal use, Richard has a large collection of images for sale. Read more.
Richard works at the Similan Islands from late October to mid May every year, diving some of best dive sites in Thailand everyday. He can provide you with plenty of information about these amazing destinations and assist you both finding and booking your ideal Similan liveaboard safari.
Richard has dived at numerous locations around Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia whilst working as an underwater photographer. If you are planning a dive trip to South East Asian you can contact Richard for his personal recommendations.
The Underwater Photographer’s Guide clearly and concisely explains the steps required to take professional quality images in any underwater situation. It is useful for users of all types of cameras – Compacts, Micro Four Thirds and DSLRs. Any underwater photographer who wants to progress beyond the stage of using their camera in the Underwater, Program or Auto modes will benefit by reading this book.
Richard has worked on my boat, the Similan Explorer for the past 2 years. During this time he has done an excellent job. Richard has a great attitude with our customers, always helping them when they have questions about their cameras and their photography skills. His photos are great, but that kind of goes without saying!
Richard has shown great support for the Marine Megafauna Foundation and Manta Matcher over the last year. He regularly uploads Manta Ray ID photographs to our database giving us a much better overview of local Manta Ray populations which then, in turn helps us improve our conservation efforts for Thailand and Myanmar. Richard is one of the leading Thailand contributors to MantaMatcher.org.