The underwater world fascinates us all and these little tips and tricks will help make you a savvy and more informed scuba diver.
Our ears struggle to maintain balanced pressure when scuba diving, snorkeling and free diving. To enjoy these activities we must equalize.
Wide-angle photography allows photographers to capture as much as possible. Underwater, this means shooting broad vistas of undersea life.
The sun is shining, the UV index is through the roof. Wearing sunscreen is extremely important to protect your skin. But did you know that certain sunscreens cause damage to our planet’s reefs and wetlands?
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.
Safety stops are an important part of scuba diving as they slow down a divers ascent to the surface, allowing bodies time to off-gas.
Dive logs are an important part of scuba diving and a way to keep tabs on not just your dives but also your experience and memories.
Given the current state of the world, travel is restricted and people are checking out their own backyards. Local scuba diving can be a very different experience than the usual holiday diving adventure, but it is one well worth exploring.
Whether you’re scuba diving in cold or warm water, in the sunny tropics, or the icy Arctic, being chilly on a dive is never fun.
Dive equipment may be expensive, but new divers will find, there are many advantages to having your own set of scuba gear.
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.
No matter what level of diver you are, scuba backroll entries are a fun-filled way to get off the dive boat and get into the water.
The day is over and the sun is setting on a day of scuba diving but is it really time to hang up your fins, or do you dare slip back into the water at night?
Are you a pig on air? You are not alone. Find out how you can get more out of your scuba diving tank.
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.
As a diver, sometimes you get hit with seasickness. Here are our solutions to dealing with seasickness before and during your dive.
Taking your love for photography to new depths can be a challenge. Here are eight tips and tricks for a beginner underwater photographer.
For some scuba diving is more than just a hobby - it’s a lifestyle. Here is everything you should know about getting your divemaster certification.
Sometimes a dive doesn’t go according to plan and when that happens, it’s important to be seen. Learn all about surface markers and why you should have one.
Thinking about sprouting gills and making the plunge into the underwater world? Find out if you're cut out to become an Open Water scuba diver.