My name is Isabelle Drouet, I live in France and I have been diving for thirty years. When I was younger, I watched Commander Cousteau’s films and I said to myself, too, I would go and discover the ocean. I have always been attracted by the underwater fauna and flora, so I became a trainer in marine biology within my diving federation.
What attracts me underwater is above all the fixed fauna, the very small animals in particular the nudibranchs. I dive all over the world to meet them. I have a Canon 700D and a 60mm macro lens plus a macro lens, a Nauticam housing and two Inon flashes. I also take some atmospheric photos. I participate in the various photo competitions taking place in France as well as abroad.
Yellow black-faced blenny Mediterranean Sea, France
Red tube worm Mediterranean Sea, France
Slender filefish Bonaire, Caribbean
Rockpool shrimp Britanny, France
Seahorse Bonaire, Caribbean
Pufferfish Bonaire, Caribbean
Glossodoris acosti Anilao, Philippines
Lizardfish Red Sea
Dwarf goby Anilao, Philippines
Christmas tree worm Bonaire, Caribbean
Angelfish Bonaire, Caribbean
Yellow pigmy gobies Anilao, Philippines
Spiny-head blenny Bonaire, Caribbean
Dolphins Red Sea
Antiopella cristata Mediterranean Sea, France
Find Isabelle on Instagram @isa.photographie.sea
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