Gopro? Check. Flashlight? Check. Camera Gear and strobes? Double check.
A dive is not a dive without all the bells and whistles when you’re a gear junky diver. Whether you’re a beginners or master diver, their is something educational for everyone, because when it comes to being safe underwater you can never know too much.
To make sure you are in tune with the latest and the greatest in scuba gear, check out these blog posts and discover what kind of equipment we are using underwater.
Spacefish Army is a clothing and rashguard line that specializes in unique apparel for divers, snorkelers, surfers and ocean lovers of all shapes and sizes.
Split-level photography goes by many names. But regardless of what it’s called, this mixture of aquatic and terrestrial imagery takes viewers on a dynamic journey through two vastly different realms.
Cable Bites are adorable little plastic animals, which as the name implies, “bite” onto your phone, computer and iPad cords protecting them from breakage.
A dive light is an essential piece of your kit whether you are a beginner or a more advanced diver. Here is our review on the Xtar DB20 1000 dive light.
Help fight single-use plastics and their effects on our planet with this Canadian made eco-friendly glass straw.
Awesome Maps creates illustrated maps inspiring travel and wanderlust. Their world dive map is a comprehensive art piece showcasing over 500 different dive spots with snippets of information about the type of dive and underwater attributes.
If you thought drinking wine couldn’t get any better - allow us to introduce you to the shark wine glass.
Not all things underwater can be seen at first glance - for some, you need to take a closer look. Macro photography is the art of close-up photography on small subjects.
Problem: you want to take decent underwater pictures but good photography gear is just so expensive. Solution: learn how to take good underwater pictures with your handy dandy GoPro, it's easier than you think.
Everybody loves the idea of scuba diving, but the aspect of post dive cleanup is a much different story. It’s long, it’s tedious and it almost impossible to do it without getting wet - yet again.
Taking your love for photography to new depths can be a challenge. Here are eight tips and tricks for a beginner underwater photographer.