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How to prepare for a shark diving trip

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 28th June 2022

By Cristina Zenato It’s time to start thinking about the next scuba diving trip. Sharks are on the list; we have heard about the amazing locations and incredible encounters with the unique and magnificent species we have been dreaming about it for many years, and we are ready for …

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SportDiver iPhone Housing

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 23rd June 2022

The SeaLife SportDiver is not the first of its kind, but given their track record at producing user-friendly camera systems and the iPhone’s current image making capabilities, is now the time to start using your phone underwater? Words by Russell Clark We have, in the past, featured underwater iPhone …

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Summer 2022

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 22nd June 2022

Digital edition now available on Magzter. Features this issue: How to build a career in the diving industry – by Jill Heinerth the professional diver insurance crisis Giant Australian cuttlefish The US muck diving mecca New Shearwater computers! DIVER interview with Chris Adir Columns this issue: Shark Diving with …

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DIVER interview: Tiffany Duong

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 21st June 2022

Writer, Explorer, Inspirational Speaker How long have you been diving? Since April 2012 – close to 10 years! What made you want to become a diver? I was an unhappy lawyer in L.A. I lived for the weekends when new activities made me feel more alive. I signed up …

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Secrets of the Sea coming to IMAX this summer

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 20th June 2022

MacGillivray Freeman Films (MFF) announced that Secrets of The Sea, a co-production from Howard Hall Productions and Oceanic Research Group, is slated for release to IMAX and giant-screen theaters later this summer. The company’s latest giant screen release will be narrated by actress Joelle Carter. Joelle is best known …

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Freediving in Epic Greenland

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 20th June 2022

Today the world’s largest island is being rediscovered – not by vikings, but by divers who travel to the Arctic in search of encounters with modern giants: whales, glaciers, and icebergs Words and Photography by Tobias Friedrich Greenland is unique. The landscape is stunning—so too, the freezing cold and silence. …

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The Forests of the Sea

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 17th June 2022

Photography by Maxwel Hohn / Words by Roseanne Keatley Life is thought to have evolved in the ancient seas, long before it was able to colonize land. Little is known about the first plants, but it is thought that they must have been closely related to some of the larger …

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Twin Peaks

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 15th June 2022

Words and Photography by Jill Heinerth In 1992, Editors Valerie Grey and Joe Prosser published the NSS Cave Diving Manual, which guided my education as a cave diver. Even before my first training class began, I knew I would seek out the location on the back cover of the book. …

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How many clicks are too many?

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 13th June 2022

By Michel Gilbert & Danielle Alary Seemingly ifinite memory card capacity, large buffers, impressive firing rates: all things that may turn you into a lazy photographer. Is there a curse hidden in our favourite tools, or does gear make us better photographers? We recently watched an interview with famed …

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Recovering Evidence with Underwater Technology

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 10th June 2022

On a spring afternoon a call comes in to the police station citing an armed robbery has been committed at a local bank. The suspected criminals have fled the scene and EMS is in route. The last reported sighting of the suspects being seen was in a truck heading …

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