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NEW for 2014 Access SBlogbook for members. It allows you to directly upload data from your dive computer, validate your logs digitally, link your dives to photos, videos, dive centers (9,000 on file), fishes (14,000 on file) and much more.

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    Shooting on land has some inherent risks, but not many really.

    Take it under water and the risk of death, paralysis, injury or just being tired and cold define the outer limits of the job. Stay too long, go too deep....
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  2. Advice for newbie underwater photographers..

    by , November 6th, 2011 at 03:54 AM (Scuba Tech Philippines - Scuba Blog)
    1. Do you need to be a good above-water photographer to start taking underwater photos?

    The only 'above-water' photos I ever take are of my drunk friends.... and yet.... Nudibranch in the Philippines - Sea Slug Underwater PhotographyScuba Tech Philippines

    I've met lots of good (great) above-water photographers that struggle with underwater photography because of their core dive skills and lack of environment specific photography knowledge. You can learn to be a good underwater ...