Repubblica.it Il tramonto, la medusa e Ischia: lo scatto che esalta il golfo di Napoli

Repubblica napoli Il tramonto, la medusa e Ischia: lo scatto che esalta il golfo di Napoli La suggestione di un tramonto, la sagoma dell’isola d’Ischia e la biodiversità del golfo di Napoli. Sintetizzate in un unico scatto fotografico, un vero e proprio inno alla bellezza del mare campano. L’autore è il biologo e fotografo subacqueo Pasquale Vassallo, che si è immerso nelle fredde acque di Capo Miseno, dove ha incontrato un esemplare di Rhizostoma pulmo, comunemente chiamata “polmone di mare”, la cui presenza – in numeri significativi – ha contraddistinto negli ultimi mesi l’ecosistema del golfo. Paesaggio e biologia, mare e isole, le mille sfumature pastello del crepuscolo d’inverno: la foto di Vassallo è un efficace spot della bellezza del mare campano. (pasquale raicaldo)   vai alla pagina: http://napoli.repubblica.it/cronaca/2017/01/12/foto/il_tramonto_la_medusa_e_ischia_lo_scatto_che_esalta_il_golfo_di_napoli-155891278/#1

Repubblica.it napoli, “Finestre sul futuro”, in mostra a Ischia le emissioni sommerse di CO2“Finestre sul futuro”

Ischia è uno straordinario laboratorio naturale esplorato dal Centro di Ecologia del Benthos dell’Anton Dohrn grazie al progetto “Finestre sul futuro”, finanziato dalla National Geographic Society con il coordinamento di Maria Cristina Gambi e Nuria Teixido. E una mostra fotografica,  dal titolo “Finestre sul futuro”…   Leggi l’articolo: http://napoli.repubblica.it/cronaca/2016/12/13/foto/_finestre_sul_futuro_in_mostra_a_ischia_le_emissioni_sommerse_di_co2-154015578/#1               

” FINESTRE SUL FUTURO”

In esposizione ad Ischia le mie immagini, che illustrano il progetto “Finestre sul futuro” finanziato dalla National Geographic Society al Centro Villa Dohrn-Ecologia del Benthos di Ischia della Stazione Zoologica di Napoli, in collaborazione con la Lega Navale Italiana sezione isola d’Ischia. Il progetto illustra 4 nuovi sistemi di emissioni di CO2 lungo la costa dell’isola d’Ischia e la loro valenza come laboratori naturali per lo studio degli effetti del cambiamento climatico futuro dei nostri mari sugli organismi del benthos. Sede Lega Navale Italiana, Palazzo D’Ambra, Ischia Porto, 13 Dicembre 2016 – 7 Gennaio 2017. Apertura: lunedì, mercoledì, venerdì: mattina 11.00-13.00 da lunedì a venerdì: pomeriggio 17.00-20.00

Daily Dozen, Our favorite photos, chosen by National Geographic editors.

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Seacam Photographer Pasquale Vassallo

SEACAM PHOTOGRAPHER PASQUALE VASSALLO, Italy Ever since he was a child, SEACAM photographer Pasquale Vassallo has loved the sea. His underwater photography career started in 1989, focusing more and more on biology. Winners of many awards, his photos are being published in international magazines such as National Geographic, Tauchen, Dive Master, Discovery Magazine, Focus and countless others. www.facebook.com/vassallofotosub www.pasqualevassallo.com Seit seiner Kindheit liebt SEACAM Fotograf Pasquale Vassallo das Meer. Die Unterwasser-Fotografie begann er 1989, mehr und mehr auf biologisches Interesse ausgerichtet. Vielfach ausgezeichnet, werden seine Fotos in internationalen Magazinen wie National Geographic, Tauchen, Dive Master, Discovery Magazin, Focus und vielen anderen veröffentlicht. • Canon EOS 5D /SR • Canon EOS 5D MKII • EF 8-15 4L II USM mm Fisheye, • EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM • EF 50mm Makro • EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM • SEACAM silver CANON EOS 5D S/R • SEACAM silver CANON EOS 5D MKII • SPORTSFINDER S 45, S10 • SD SUPERDOME, FMP PORT, MAKROPORT   Link to Facebook Page

ADEX 2016

Pasquale Vassallo Judge and Relator of ADEX 2016 ADEX is the longest running and the largest dive expo in Asia celebrating its 22nd year in 2017. A must-attend event for anyone interested or involved in the world of diving, the event has seen a continuous increase in visitors over the past few years, with ADEX 2016 attracting a total of 57,793 visitors over three days! Taking place from April 7 – 9, ADEX 2017 proudly presents world-renowned marine life artists, conservationists and photographers to speak about their passion and work towards marine life. It is organized by Underwater360 (UW360), and is an event being endorsed by major organizations in the industry such as DEMA (USA), the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and the Singapore Underwater Federation (SUF). There is no need to vote for the ADEX dedication for 2017. Instead of a marine creature, ADEX will be dedicated entirely to Climate Change and the impact it is having, and will have, on our oceans. As the biggest challenge facing nature and humanity, we think the dive industry needs to face it head on and lead the way in combatting this threat to life on our blue planet. With its success in […]

Scuba Shooters – Pasquale Vassallo – Portfolio

Scuba Shooters September 2016 – Pasquale Vassallo – Portfolio Picture by Pasquale Vassallo

Scuba Diver Ocean Planet – Trough the Lens Special Edition

118 Inspiring Shooters You Should Know Scuba Diver Ocean Planet No. 6 Ago 2016      

Seacam Split Level Perfection

SPLIT LEVEL PERFECTION In this multi award-winning split level picture, SEACAM photographer Pasquale Vassallo from Italy shows us how it’s done. SEACAM silver CANON EOS5D S/R, EF 16-35 2,8L II USM, SD SUPERDOME, S45 SPORTSFINDER Link to Facebook Page

Underwater 360 Underwater Photographer of the Week: Pasquale Vassallo

    Photographer and ocean researcher Pasquale Vassallo was born in the coastal city of Naples in 1970. He grew up with an adoration for the sea, spending his youth searching for octopuses and other marine creatures on single breaths of air, before developing a passion to explore the underwater world. He has since amassed an impressive trophy cabinet of awards including Best of Show at LAUPS and the Plongeur D’or of Marsiglia. We introduce to you our Underwater Photographer of the Week, Pasquale Vassallo: What made you want to become an underwater photographer? A passion for the sea first got me interested in underwater photography before I finally approached it. I discovered a new world living in the sea, that I could take home with me even when I didn’t dive …continue   Link to article page http://www.pasqualevassallo.com/wp-admin/media-upload.php?post_id=3234&type=image&TB_iframe=1