Video Interview with photographer Ali Bin Thalith

Ali Bin Thalith grew up by the coast in Dubai where both his father and grandfather were pearl divers. He spent much of his childhood either in the water or watching Jacques Cousteau films, since then he’s become a photographer, specialising in underwater photography. His incredible use of textures, colour and composition make his underwater images transcend simple documentation. Ali feels he is part of the sea and he happily swims with his camera next to the fearsome and the micro inhabitants deep below the waves.

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Picture This – Truly Madly Deeply

Katya Edwards for The Daily Mail review’s Ali Bin Thalith’s new book.  Plunge into the ocean in Ali Bin Thalith’s glorious book Truly Madly Deeply, an incredible collection of underwater photography.

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Truly Madly Deeply revealed in COMO Stories Magazine

Underwater photographer Ali Bin Thalith reveals the hidden secrets of the Indian Ocean in a unique excerpt from his new book in COMO Stories magazine.


Swimming with Elephants and Sharks

Ali Bin Thalith grew up by the coast in Dubai where both his father and grandfather were pearl divers. He spent much of his childhood either in the water or watching Jacques Cousteau films – since then he’s become a photographer, specialising in underwater images.

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