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Winners of the underwater australasia Photo Competition 2010-2011 Winners of the underwater australasia Photo Competition 2010-2011
underwater australasia is very excited to announce the BIG WINNERS of our 7th annual Photo Competition. In a tough year of competition we have seen some amazing entries from all over the world.....
Added: November 11th 2011 at 9:42am
Winners of the Underwater Festival 2011 - The Australasia Challenge Winners of the Underwater Festival 2011 - The Australasia Challenge
From the 2nd to the 11th of September 2011, hundreds of divers from all around the world participated in this 'underwater snapshot of Australasia' in all kinds of ways. They dived their way from Sydney to Cairns in 10 days, circumnavigated Bali, showed off their favourite 'own backyard' dive sites, travelled long distances to participate in one of the organised Fringe Events or created their own.
Added: October 17th 2011 at 9:12am
Putting Life in Strobeless Images - Underwater Photography with Mathieu Meur Putting Life in Strobeless Images - Underwater Photography with Mathieu Meur
Not everyone can afford to complement their underwater camera with external strobes. But shooting anything further than a meter or so away without external strobes often results in monochrome blue (or green) images. However, with the addition of a simple, affordable filter, things don't need to be so dull.
Added: September 1st 2011 at 11:41am
The Sealife DC1200 Elite Package - A Review by Lawrence Alex Wu The Sealife DC1200 Elite Package - A Review by Lawrence Alex Wu
Simplicity and a user friendliness for the new & hobbyist underwater (UW) photographer is how the Sealife DC1200 camera and housing is designed. With it's UW-purpose built functions and menus, taking photos with or without UW strobes is setup to be just a few clicks away. In particular, there are unique UW functions that are not commonly found in any of the name brand cameras that will take the plunge with you on your dive trips turning UW photography into simple snaps.
Added: August 5th 2011 at 12:39pm
Shooting Seascapes - Underwater Photography with Mathieu Meur Shooting Seascapes - Underwater Photography with Mathieu Meur
As divers, we often come across majestic or stunning underwater sceneries that we would like to share with others back on the surface. Attempts at capturing images of this beauty are often disappointing....
Added: August 1st 2011 at 12:48pm
Beating Low Visibility - Underwater Photography with Mathieu Meur Beating Low Visibility - Underwater Photography with Mathieu Meur
Underwater conditions are not always ideal for underwater photography. This doesn't mean that you should leave your camera behind when faced with the prospects of low visibility.
Added: June 20th 2011 at 9:41am
Australia's Grey Nurse Sharks - a plight for survival Australia's Grey Nurse Sharks - a plight for survival
Most divers in Australia will know that the Grey Nurse Shark population is under threat of extinction within our life time....
Added: June 16th 2011 at 9:58am
Paul McCartney Recruits Surf Filmmaker Jack McCoy For 'Blue Sway' Paul McCartney Recruits Surf Filmmaker Jack McCoy For 'Blue Sway'
A new angle on underwater videography has been realised by Jack McCoy who filmed stunning sequences of surfer from inside the waves, tracking them with the German made ultra fast sea scooter called the SEABOB.
Added: June 15th 2011 at 8:50pm
What is our Coral Sea? What is our Coral Sea?
The Coral Sea is a tropical marine jewel, which lies east of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. It is one of the last places on Earth where large marine animals can still be found in great numbers.
Added: June 7th 2011 at 7:37pm
Cyclone Yasi and the Great Barrier Reef Cyclone Yasi and the Great Barrier Reef
After the massive impact of Cyclone Yasi, Australia stops to consider the consequences of this natural disaster on the economy, nature and life in Australia as such.
Added: February 4th 2011 at 12:04pm
I'd love to become a diver, but ... SEVEN most common cop-outs I'd love to become a diver, but ... SEVEN most common cop-outs
Most people who don't dive would have at least thought once about exploring this amazing part of the planet they have been missing so far. There are many common excuses on why people decide not to take the plunge; generally a lack of knowledge keeps people from trying. Let's debunk some of those myths and get more people SCUBA diving!
Added: January 28th 2011 at 1:43pm
Return to Tioman Island - Some Insights into Coral Bleaching Return to Tioman Island - Some Insights into Coral Bleaching
It has been a few years since my last visit to Tioman Island and after listening to many tales of extensive coral bleaching I was curious to see with my own eyes how bad this really was.
Added: October 27th 2010 at 10:44am
A new way of living underwater - Habitat Waterford A new way of living underwater - Habitat Waterford
At first it seems like a very hippy-like idea and really fits into our part of the world, as does the Dome Shell factory. However, on further investigation, the instigator, Shaun Waterford, seemed more down to earth than expected and I decided to take a look for myself.
Added: August 30th 2010 at 4:10pm
Winners of the 1st Underwater Australasia Video Competition 2009-10 Winners of the 1st Underwater Australasia Video Competition 2009-10
Underwater Australasia's 1st annual Video Competition has just come to an end and prizes were announce in the months underwater eNEWS. The task was to produce videos not longer than 3 minutes with a minimum of 80% of the clip duration underwater.
Added: August 27th 2010 at 9:23am
The 4th Underwater Festival - 2010 The Christmas Island Experience The 4th Underwater Festival - 2010 The Christmas Island Experience
The 2010 Underwater Festival was co-organised with the Christmas Island Tourism Association. Linda Cash, staff members and local volunteers put in a fantastic effort and succeeded gloriously in providing a welcoming atmosphere, great food and social events and a seamless festival for all 34 participants.
Added: May 10th 2010 at 10:22am
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