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Nine Top Tips To Improve Your Wreck Photos

July 7, 2021

Nine Top Tips To Improve Your Wreck Photos

Wish you could shoot shipwreck photos good enough to grace the pages of a dive magazine? Photo journalist Jason Brown reveals his ‘go to’ tricks to help you shoot better wreck photos.

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Immersion Pulmonary Edema

April 8, 2021

Immersion Pulmonary Edema

“I can’t breathe!”. Bill was a middle-aged man with a history of high blood pressure who was enjoying a wreck dive off the Northeast United States. He was diving a 14/7 mm farmer john wetsuit []

We Need to Talk About Our Mistakes So We Can All Learn

March 3, 2021

We Need to Talk About Our Mistakes So We Can All Learn

It doesn’t matter what level of diver you are or the experience you have. In the end, we’re all humans and as humans we make mistakes. It’s also in our nature to []

Evolution of Dive Planning

August 11, 2020

Evolution of Dive Planning

Plan the dive and dive the plan has long been the mantra employed in all areas of diving. Technical divers, in particular, spend more time planning their dives than many recreational divers. This is due []

Under The Pole III - Interview with Ghislain Bardout

October 30, 2019

Under The Pole III - Interview with Ghislain Bardout

Under The Pole is an ongoing series of expeditions using technical diving in pursuit of exploration, inspiration, and science.  In 2010 the team of Under The Pole I spent 45 days at the geographic north []

Mesophotic Coral Ecosystems in Indonesia

October 17, 2019

Mesophotic Coral Ecosystems in Indonesia

The Twilight Zone… No, it is neither the name of a fancy new Disneyland attraction, nor the sequel of a famous teenage vampire movie. It is actually the unscientific way of referring to a very []

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