Thomas Peschak, an ocean photographer and marine biologist, shares his love for the ocean and the importance of conservation photography to reveal hidden elements of marine ecosystems. He discusses his experiences diving during mass migrations in the Sardine Run in South Africa and Hanifaru Bay in the Maldives. Peschak emphasizes the need for humans to recognize and appreciate the ocean's beauty to become champions for its protection. He discusses how his photography work helped protect Hanifaru, a marine-protected area in the Maldives, and turned once-manta ray hunters into conservation champions, earning millions of dollars for the Maldivian economy. Peschak showcases other successful marine reserves, such as Cabo Pulmo in Mexico, and explores remote atolls in the western Indian Ocean, where he encounters Galapagos sharks and gray whales. Through his work, he hopes to convey that it is not too late to protect our oceans and showcase nature's resilience in the face of an increasing population.