Friday, May 2, 2014


Name: John Ng 
Nationality: CHina Hong Kong 
Country of Residence: Hong Kong 
Organization/Level: PADI /Instructor 
Years Diving: 12Yrs
Favorite Dive Site/s:. Hong Kong. RaJa Ampat. Maldives
website :

Underwater Dslr Gear:
Camera: Canon 5D Mark III . Nikon D800. Nikon D7000. Nikon.D300s. Nikon D300
Housing: Japan Nexus  
Lenses: Canon 100 mm macro, 8mm-15 mm fisheye, Sigma 15mm Fisheye 
              Nikkor 16-35mm Wide. AFS-60mm  AFS-105VR . Tokina.10-17mm Fisheye. 
              Sigma 12mm-24mm   
Strobes: INON Z240 Type-4

Introduction of John Ng:
John Ng is a full-time scuba diver in Hong Kong ,
the founder of underwater photography on Scuba Monster 
and he also works as the captain of Scuba Monster Diving Boat  
He is an enthusiastic photographer of benthic living organism and bird. 
He has 10 years experience on underwater photography. 
He has been travelling to different countries to take photo underwater which helps him accumulated thousands of scuba diving experience.  

John Ng an open water diving instructor of PADI as well.   
The underwater photos of John have been awarded and displayed by Hong Kong Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD).  
He has also been awarded by the Underwater Photographic Competition and other open underwater photographic competitions.  
He has been interviewed by lots of press media in Hong Kong . 
 He has also been invited to be the speaker of different seminars and scuba diving conferences so as to share his experience and skills on going scuba diving and taking underwater photo.    

In 2013, John was appointed by Hong Kong Underwater Association (HKUA) as the representative of underwater photographer on behalf of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, in order to join the International Underwater Photographic Competitions on the Island of Milandor , Indonesia . He shared his experience with the representatives from China , Taiwan , Japan , Russia , Indonesia , North Korea and Philippines .  

In 2014, John has been appointed by AFCD to be the committee member and judge of Hong Kong Underwater Photo and Video Competition.