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Steve Lewis and one of the twelve rebreathers he’s owned; just make sure you invest in the right tool 
for the job. Photo: Jill Heinerth
Shooting exhaust bubbles at a high frame rate will result in smooth slow motion playback. Cameras such as the GH5 (above) will shoot up to 180fps for playback six times slower than normal speed
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Photo: Jill Heinerth
Photo: Jill Heinerth
Traditionally we’ve treated water as if the supply were endless, but the planet’s  running out. Conservation is critical. Photo: Jill Heinerth
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Dive team prepares to search Alameda Estuary for bullet casings. Photos: Gregory Thomas
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Photo: Jill Heinerth
Steve Lewis and one of the twelve rebreathers he’s owned; just make sure you invest in the right tool 
for the job. Photo: Jill Heinerth.
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Keller prepares for his May 1961 chamber dive at the United States Navy Experimental Diving Unit (NEDU). Photo: US Navy
RAID's Paul Toomer. Photo: Olivier van Overbeek
Jean-Michel in Papua New Guinea where he and his team enjoyed diving the ‘slow lane’. Photo: Ocean Futures Society
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The "holy grail of diving" has been released at this year TekDiveUSA show in Miami. Seen above with their new M28 computer
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Photo by Tobias Friedrich
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Seeing is believing. Make sure your underwater vision is all that it can be! Photo: David Fleetham.com
The chance meeting and fun photos proved to be the last poses the pinup girl made before retiring from her high profile modelling life
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Photo: Courtesy from Petit St Vincent
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