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Mario Chow
Stories Photo & Video In the Water

Photographer Spotlight: Mario Chow

In an ongoing series, we’ll chat with prominent and up-and-coming underwater photographers. Today we sit down with Mario Chow.

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Ice Diving
Training Stories In the Water

Ice Diving at Morrison’s Quarry          

The protocols for ice diving are much like those for cave diving. And while frigid waters combined with an overhead environment aren’t for everyone, for many, ice diving is an exciting way to push their boundaries.

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Ultraviolet Night Diving
Stories In the Water

What’s So Cool About Ultraviolet Night Diving?

Even if you think you know a reef, exploring it with ultraviolet night diving will illuminate the scene in a whole new light.

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Training Conservation Stories In the Water

From Tending Bar to Checking Bar

Reef-World Foundation interviews a dive-resort employee who made the leap from bartending to become an environmentally responsible dive guide

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New stuff

Dive Into the Pink Holds Second Annual Online Auction

Nonprofit organization Dive into the Pink will hold its second annual online auction to benefit the Young Survival Coalition (YSC).
by Press Release
diver propulsion vehicle

Diver Propulsion Vehicle Training

Using a diver propulsion vehicle underwater means you can cover far more territory on each dive. How do you use one safely?
by Hayley-Jo Carr
Photograph Corals

How to Identify and Photograph Corals

Underwater photography tends to focus on megafauna or macro animal subjects. But learning how to identify and photograph corals can be just as exciting.
by Guest Author

Scuba Diving in Costa Rica: The Bats and the Cats

Scuba diving in Costa Rica off Guanacaste Province offers visitors everything from enormous schools of pufferfish (yes, really) to encounters with mantas and burly bull sharks.
by Rebecca Strauss