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Scuba Diver OCEAN PLANET

One Ocean, One Life

Scuba Diver THROUGH THE LENS is EVOLVING!
Responding to the needs of a growing a community of divers travelling ever further afield in the search for undersea adventure, we have expanded our scope to bring you EVEN MORE of the very best from the world of diving!

For dive travel, underwater photography, and lifestyle, Scuba Diver OCEAN PLANET with THROUGH THE LENS will be out on newsstands on September 15, 2014.

TRAVEL
With an emphasis on dive destinations we bring you the inspiration and information you need for diving all over the world, with stories from Asia, the Americas, Europe, Africa and Oceania in every issue. 

PHOTOGRAPHY
In partnership with DivePhotoGuide.com we will continue to bring you the finest images from the worlds best underwater photographers, and the most relevant information on underwater photography techniques and equipment. 

LIFESTYLE
Recognising that diving is a lifestyle, we now provide information in every issue for divers and their families – gear, gadgets, activities and accessories for time spent both above and below the waves. 


​Scuba Diver OCEAN PLANET is also the official publication of:

The HANS HASS FIFTY FATHOMS AWARD, recognising exceptional and pioneering work in the fields of underwater science, technology, arts and literature.

AND

COUSTEAU DIVERS, a mobilised, international community of divers actively committed to caring about the marine environment and contributing to its protection.

Continuing Scuba Diver’s legacy of excellence, Scuba Diver OCEAN PLANET is now poised to become the world’s leading print dive magazine. 

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How can ultraviolet light is used for underwater photography

by Scuba Diver - Through The Lens

How can ultraviolet light is used for underwater photography


Radiantly stunning UV images reveal the hidden underwater world
www.dailymail.co.uk
London-based Alex Tyrrell took the images as he travelled across Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines.

Jul 2014

22

SCUBADIVER THROUGH THE LENS ISSUE 4/2014 ControverSEA: Diving Into Thorny Issues...

by Scuba Diver - Through The Lens

SCUBADIVER THROUGH THE LENS ISSUE 4/2014
ControverSEA: Diving Into Thorny Issues

MIKE NEUMANN, DIRECTOR OF BEQA ADVENTURE DIVERS
www.fijisharkdive.com
“I'm very much of the opinion that nothing beats the awesome experience of witnessing sharks doing their natural thing, like in, say, Palau, Malapasqua, the Sardine Run, Ningaloo, Fakarava or Cocos. But of course those predictable natural aggregations are rather rare.”

Phototreks Sharks
To Feed or Not to Feed
That is the question we posed experts and enthusiasts from around the world...
By Sam Cahir

Photo Description:
Studies suggest that berleying and provisioning sharks does not alter their natural migratory routes
Location: Neptune Islands Group (Ron and Valerie Taylor) Marine Park, Australia
Settings: f/8.0, 1/320s, ISO 200

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Jul 2014

21

SCUBADIVER THROUGH THE LENS ISSUE 4/2014 ControverSEA: Diving Into Thorny Issues...

by Scuba Diver - Through The Lens

SCUBADIVER THROUGH THE LENS ISSUE 4/2014
ControverSEA: Diving Into Thorny Issues

ANDY SALLMON, UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHER
www.seait.com
“Human apathy is the real problem for sharks. My opinion on "baited" shark dives (caged or otherwise) is simply that if we discontinue these opportunities for humans, then we will surely lose sharks due to the prevailing human apathy that exists to all things natural in the world.”

Phototreks Sharks
To Feed or Not to Feed
That is the question we posed experts and enthusiasts from around the world...
By Sam Cahir

Photo Description:
The sharks on well-regulated feeds are conditioned not to pass the "safety line", and demonstrate no interest in the divers sitting behind it
Location: Beqa Passage, Pacific Harbour, Fiji
Settings: f/5.6, 1/160s, ISO 400

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