Here are the stunning winning images of Under Water Photographer Of The Year 2018.

“The standard of this year’s entry was even better than last year… and that should in no way belittle last year’s because they blew us away then!” – Peter Rowlands, Chair of the jury 2018

You can download the 2018 Yearbook to keep and take with you on your next photography trip, it’s a great source of inspiration!

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Underwater Photographer of the Year ‘CYCLE-WAR’ – Tobias Friedrich

Underwater Photographer of the Year 'CYCLE-WAR' - Tobias Friedrich

British Underwater Photographer of the Year ‘Love Birds’ – Grant Thomas

British Underwater Photographer of the Year 'Love Birds' - Grant Thomas

Up & Coming Underwater Photographer of the Year ‘ROAR’ – Man BD

Up & Coming Underwater Photographer of the Year 'ROAR' - Man BD

Most Promising British Underwater Photographer ‘How many pike?’ – Tony Stephenson

Most Promising British Underwater Photographer 'How many pike?' - Tony Stephenson

Wide Angle – Winner ‘Humpback whale spy hopping’ – Greg Lecoeur

Wide Angle - Winner 'Humpback whale spy hopping' - Greg Lecoeur

Wide Angle – Runner Up ‘Surrounded’ – Fan Ping

Wide Angle - Runner Up 'Surrounded' - Fan Ping

Macro – Winner ‘Seahorse Density’ – Shane Gross

Macro - Winner 'Seahorse Density' - Shane Gross

Macro – Runner Up ‘Friend or Food?!’ – Songda Cai

Macro - Runner Up 'Friend or Food?!' - Songda Cai

Wrecks – Runner Up ‘Safe Navigation’ – Gianni Pecchiar

Wrecks - Runner Up 'Safe Navigation' - Gianni Pecchiar

Behaviour – Winner ‘The Fisherman’ – Filippo Borghi

Behaviour - Winner 'The Fisherman' - Filippo Borghi

Behaviour – Runner Up ‘In Hinding’ – Scott Gutsy Tuason

Behaviour - Runner Up 'In Hinding' - Scott Gutsy Tuason

Portrait – Winner ‘A sand tiger shark surrounded by tiny bait fish’ – Tanya Houppermans

Portrait - Winner 'A sand tiger shark surrounded by tiny bait fish' - Tanya Houppermans

Portrait – Runner Up ‘The Nose’ – Mike Korostelev

Portrait - Runner Up 'The Nose' - Mike Korostelev

Black & White – Winner ‘Crocodile reflections’ – Borut Furlan

Black & White - Winner 'Crocodile reflections' - Borut Furlan

Black & White – Runner Up ‘Graceful manta’ – Sylvie Ayer

Black & White - Runner Up 'Graceful manta' - Sylvie Ayer

Compact – Winner ‘Dancing with the giants’ – Simone Matucci

Compact - Winner 'Dancing with the giants' - Simone Matucci

Compact – Runner Up ‘Flower power’ – Jack Berthomier

Compact - Runner Up 'Flower power' - Jack Berthomier

Up & Coming – Runner Up ‘The Hammer’ – Jacob Degee

Up & Coming - Runner Up 'The Hammer' - Jacob Degee

British Waters Wide Angle – Runner Up ‘Shark Speed’ – Nicholas More

British Waters Wide Angle - Runner Up 'Shark Speed' - Nicholas More

British Waters Macro – Winner ‘Battle of the Tompots’ – Henley Spiers

British Waters Macro - Winner 'Battle of the Tompots' - Henley Spiers

British Waters Macro – Runner Up ‘Topshell tapestry’ – Cathy Lewis

British Waters Macro - Runner Up 'Topshell tapestry' - Cathy Lewis

British Waters Compact – Winner ‘Scratchy Seal’ – Vicky Paynter

British Waters Compact - Winner 'Scratchy Seal' - Vicky Paynter

British Waters Compact – Runner Up ‘Intertwined Mute Swans’ – Ian Wade

British Waters Compact - Runner Up 'Intertwined Mute Swans' - Ian Wade

Underwater Photography Book of the Year – Winner ‘Manta: Secret Life Of Devil Rays’ – Guy Stevens & Thomas P. Peschak

Underwater Photography Book of the Year - Winner 'Manta: Secret Life Of Devil Rays' - Guy Stevens & Thomas P. Peschak

Underwater Photography Book of the Year – Runner Up ‘The Sea Lions of Los Islotes – The Jewel of Espiritu Santo’ – Luke Inman

Underwater Photography Book of the Year - Runner Up 'The Sea Lions of Los Islotes - The Jewel of Espiritu Santo' - Luke Inman

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