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Scuba Diver THROUGH THE LENS

Featuring outstanding images and articles, Scuba Diver THROUGH THE LENS (SDTTL) is the world’s first international print magazine dedicated entirely to underwater photography and videography.

Created by Scuba Diver AUSTRALASIA, DivePhotoGuide.com and Edition Fifty Fathoms, the title brings together the industry’s most experienced and talented photographers and journalists, for revealing, informative and visually stunning content.
Scuba Diver THROUGH THE LENS is published quarterly in both print and digital format by Asian Geographic Magazines in Singapore and is distributed internationally in the United States and Germany.
The magazine brings together three regional editors: Matt Weiss, publisher and editor of DivePhotoGuide.com, covers the Americas and the Caribbean region; Dietmar W. Fuchs, publisher and editor of Edition Fifty Fathoms, handles Europe and Africa; and Alice Grainger, editor of Scuba Diver AUSTRALASIA, oversees Asia, Australia and the Pacific.
 

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Apr 2014

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Asia longest and biggest Dive Expo.. 11-13 April 2014
Getting longer, bigger and better.. 20th ADEX

Apr 2014

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SCUBADIVER THROUGH THE LENS ISSUE 2/2014, TTL No.10 IS OUT ON NEWSSTAND! Four Se...

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SCUBADIVER THROUGH THE LENS ISSUE 2/2014, TTL No.10 IS OUT ON NEWSSTAND!
Four Seasons

Coral: The Next Generation
Sex! It sounds like the dream assignment. But having to perform under pressure means this is far from an enjoyable experience.

The intensity of spawning is shocking, visibility drops from about 25 metres to about five metres in about two minutes. It is like diving in a blizzard, with the tiny bundles drifting slowly to the surface like snowflakes. Suddenly diver silhouettes are only torch beams in the murk, and I can no longer see the strobes marking the position of the dive boat. I head back down to the reef, relieved to have something solid to look at. Brain corals are also releasing bundles from their grooves, and deep red brittlestars climb up on top of corals and grab at the bundles. The explosion of activity is astonishing, the true coral animals are definitely on show. I check my contents gauge, which is buried in the red, and reluctantly leave this tropical, underwater snowstorm behind

By Alex Mustard
Photo description: Backlighting a boulder star coral reveals the snow-storm-like effect of the mass spawning Settings: f/14.0, 1/200s, ISO 400

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