Category: Training

Solo Diving
New to Scuba Training

Training Fundamentals: Pros and Cons of Solo Diving

Even today, solo diving is a controversial subject among divers. Why would you dive alone? What are the pros and cons of solo diving? 

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Dive Debriefing
In the Water New to Scuba Resources Training

The Importance of a Dive Debriefing

Don’t underestimate the importance of a dive debriefing — a dive isn’t really over until you’ve talked it through. Here’s what you can learn from a thorough dive debriefing.

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Sidemount diving
Resources Tec Diving Training

Setting Up Your Own Sidemount Diving Rig

Sidemount diving has exploded in popularity over the last few years, among both recreational and technical divers. But the real learning curve starts after you’re certified.

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macro photography
Photo & Video Photo Gear & Techniques Training

Introduction to Macro Photography

Underwater photography generally falls into three categories: wide-angle, macro and super-macro. Today we’ll introduce macro photography and explain how to get started.

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New stuff

Best Secret Dive Spots

You’ve done it all — the GBR, Thailand, Indonesia. What’s next? Here’s are a few of the world’s best secret dive spots to get you started.
by Juanita Pienaar

Top Five Technical Dives in Chuuk Lagoon

Chuuk is one of the world’s best places for wreck diving, both recreational and tech. Here are our picks for the top five technical dives in Chuuk Lagoon.
by Richard Devanney

A Guide to Keeping your Best Underwater Images (and Deleting the Rest)

Spacious memory cards mean that photographers can take thousands of pictures, but which should they keep? Here’s a quick guide to keeping your best underwater images.
by Matt Testoni

Famous Women in Diving: Dr. Andrea Marshall

Dr. Andrea Marshall is well-known for co-founding the Marine Megafauna Foundation. Here we’ll discuss how she got started and what keeps her motivated.
by Hélène Reynaud