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Audio – The Other Half of a Great Video

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 20th October 2021

By Jill Heinerth Like many of you, I am focused on capturing the most beautiful underwater images and videos possible. While swimming through a rowdy pack of sea lions, or gliding through a virgin cave, I am mesmerized by the visual grandeur of our submerged world. As an underwater …

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Optimizing Sharpness

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 18th October 2021

By Michel Gilbert & Danielle Alary Nobody likes fuzzy images—unless they are intentional. In this world of auto-everything, people take the performance of their cameras for granted. Fuzzy or out-of-focus images may result from a mechanical or electronics problem—or you may be the culprit. Most of us buy the …

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An Ocean Quest Like No Other

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 15th October 2021

A love letter to Newfoundland, the Truk Lagoon of Great White North, a destination that will fast become your new second home Words by Russell Clark “Sit yer-self down lads, I just cooked some of me home made moose sausages.” The first words from local legend Rick Stanley are …

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Aggressor Adventures Celebrates 38th Anniversary with 25% Savings

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 14th October 2021

Aggressor Adventures, known for its thrilling adventure vacations for guests around the world with 40 unique itineraries in 19 countries, is celebrating its 38th anniversary! While much has changed since 1984, the brand’s commitment to adventure hasn’t wavered.  “Like every new company, we started small but today we are …

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Rediscovering Divers Paradise

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 13th October 2021

After visiting Bonaire for over twenty-five years, one author hadn’t expected to be returning as a father… Words and Photography by Andrew Jalbert In the early 1990s, armed with a recent degree in anthropology and a recreational scuba instructor rating, I set to work chasing the adventure I’d been …

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DIVER Interview: Melodie M. Trevino

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 11th October 2021

Technical & Cave Diver, Speaker, Entrepreneur How long have you been diving?  My first scuba experience was as a teenager. Although I have always been on the water, it wasn’t until my early twenties that I started my journey in the underwater world.  You were an Olympic diver, right?  …

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Virtual Shipwreck Museum

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 8th October 2021

The Shipwreck Preservation Society of Newfoundland and Labrador wanted to make the Bell Island wartime story more available to people by producing an online museum exhibit. The Shipwreck Society partnered with the Bell Island Heritage Society and worked for two years gathering archival documents and photographs from Canada, the …

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Protecting Treasures Amongst Crisis

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 8th October 2021

By Jean-Michel Cousteau and Holly Lohuis In these times of uncertainties for what the future might bring, it is natural for us to feel a sense of hopelessness. We have watched and witnessed the entire world come to a complete standstill.  But if I can share some stories of …

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Decompression Illness and Denial – Part 2

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 29th September 2021

Demystifying Dive Computers Words and Photography by Jill Heinerth In my previous article I looked into incident reports that fell outside of the data gathered by organizations such as DAN. In this article, I’m going to dive into the physiology of decompression, gradient factors, and conservatism strategies. When you …

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Exploring the ancient mine that made Greece a superpower

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 28th September 2021

“Old things become new with the passage of time” – Greek Proverb Words by Maria Fotiadi, Erikos Kranidiotis, Stelios Stamatakis The mines of Lavrion: a vast complex of tunnels, covering more than 46 square miles (120km2), that has produced unimaginable quantities of silver, lead and copper throughout the centuries.  Mining …

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