Paul Janosi's romance with underwater photography covers forty years. He has photographed underwater from the Red Sea to the South Pacific and throughout the Caribbean Sea. His work has been published in many magazines and books including publications in Skin Diver Magazine, Diver Magazine, Ocean Sports Magazine, Dive Ontario, Canadian Geographic, International Wildlife, Ranger Rick’s Nature Magazine, Canadian Wildlife, The Audubon Society’s Field Guide to North American Sea Shore Creatures, Owl / Chickadee Magazine, Children’s Press, The Globe & Mail, The Toronto Sun, Ontario Out of Doors, Outdoor Canada, La Plongee, Equinox, Miami Herald, Underwater Sports World, Dive Training Magazine, PADI Dive Journal.
His photographs have also appeared in books including: “The World of Great Explorers -Jacques Yves Cousteau,” “What Do You See Under the Sea,” “A B Sea,” “I Can Be an Oceanographer,” and “The Pacific Ocean.” “Dominica Nature Island of the Caribbean, a Guide to Dive Sites & Marine Life”.
He has photographed wildlife in Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa. He is an avid bird and landscape photographer.
While he once used a variety of Nikon film cameras such as the Nikon F2, F3 and F5, Nikonos III, Nikons V and Nikonos RS underwater camera, since 2004 he has been using a variety of digital cameras including the Nikon D2H, Nikon D2X, Nikon D300 and Nikon D300s digital cameras.
His work can be seen on his web page http://pauljanosidigitalnaturephotography.com/