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New free video tutorial for homebound underwater photographers

“Now there are so much we can talk about with Adobe Lightroom," says Durand, "but the suggestion [from followers] was to talk about things we can take advantage of now when a lot of us have a lot of extra time on our hands at home, in the evenings

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Whale sharks live an incredibly long time

Many divers dream of the day they find themselves swimming beside a whale shark. Its gentle demeanour and huge size presents a unique humbling experience that is second to none.

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Drysuit manufacturer Santi produces protective gear

Made from three layers of special fabric received from Pomeranian Hospitals Group a batch of 1,400 masks were produced and donated to the hospitals on 30 March.

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Dive operators grapple with coronavirus outbreak as demand collapses

While various governments, as of writing this, are mulling over various subsidies or bailouts to tide over whole sectors of business to the other side of the coronavirus outbreak, much uncertainty and concern for the future remains at this junctur

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FREE Intro to photogrammetry class—starts today!

Anyone is welcome to join in—you don't need to have a GUE qualification—and you don't need any previous experience. And because this is a 'dry' course, you don't need to be a scuba diver!

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Stuck inside? Improve your underwater photography while at home

"We are all aware of the stresses rippling through the dive industry as a result of COVID-19," said Durand.

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Reassessing Our Priorities — and keeping a cool head

Who would have thought that the day would come when I would publicly state that there are more important things in life than diving. After all, the aquatic environment has been my passion and calling for as long as I can remember.

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What Are Sharks Aware Of?

Sharks have a very different set of senses than we do, yet the eye-sight of the free swimming species is good, so when they look at you, they are seeing you.

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Coral reefs in the Cook Islands are in good shape

Released earlier this month, the Global Reef Expedition: Cook Islands Final Report contains critical information on the health and resiliency of coral reef ecosystems in the Cook Islands.

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Why do sea turtles eat plastic? Perhaps because it smells good

To understand sea turtle behavior around ocean plastics, the research team compared how sea turtles in a lab setting reacted to smelling odors of turtle food, ocean-soaked plastic, clean plastic and water.

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X-Ray Mag #97

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Light on Fish

One day on a dive we met an enormous school of yellow striped snappers, each about 25 cm long. When they drew near I became fascinated by the sight of so many so close, blocking my view of anything else, and relaxed, just looking at them.

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Diving in Nassau - Where to Go

If you're lucky enough to be jetting off to the Bahamas, then Nassau should be the diving destination for you.

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Shipwreck dives always provide a dramatic backdrop for photographs

 

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Moving away from the resort, there are plenty of Owing to its bri

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AP Diving SCUBA to Medical O2 PIN Index Adaptor

It is a globally recognised first aid in-the-field treatment, and it’s beneficial. Breathing oxygen may alleviate or even resolve DCS symptoms in a sick diver.

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Of seals and their whiskers

Some land animals like rats and shrews use their whiskers to explore, forage and move around.

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