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Cozumel Vacation, June 2016

Photographer Rick Guest’s images use a strobe lighting technique to capture the beauty and energy of the dancers in Richard Alston’s company in a thrillingly kinetic, sci-fi style. Here Nicholas Bodych, styled by Olivia Pomp, pirouettes. Photo: Rick Guest

Fishing for deadly ghost gear

‘Ghost Fishing’ is what fishing gear does when it has been lost, dumped or abandoned. Imagine a fishing net that gets snagged on a reef or a wreck …

What Is Trimix - Technical Scuba Diving

Most experienced divers are probably already familiar with the concept of deep diving beyond recreational limits using a breathing gas known as …

Scuba Diving

10 Things To Do Before You Begin Your Photography Business

Over the last few years, I’ve consulted with photographers who have an interest in selling their photography prints either online or through various …

Small Business

It's A Book

Learning The Tangled Ropes of Knot Tying

There is more to diving than meets the eye. While you must know your way around a tank, there are many other aspects that you will become more …

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Stanford researchers make artificial skin that senses touch

A team from Stanford University might have made a breakthrough that could change the lives of people with missing limbs. Researchers have developed an artificial substitute for skin that is capable of sensing when it is being touched and sending that data to the nervous system. It's hoped that …

Do You Know The Correct Plural Form Of "Octopus"?

We got the deets from the experts.


Now this is a rare and beautiful sight indeed! Peter Nicholas from @waparkswildlife spotted these four southern right whales, one of which is a white calf, having a lovely time swimming in the brilliant blue water off the south coast of @westernaustralia. They were frolicking near Point Ann in Fitzgerald River National Park, and this is certainly not a sight that you see every day as there’s only a population of around 3,000 southern right whales in Australia.

Reminds Me

Underwater photography captures mesmerizing marine life

A large coral frames a colorful ray in this beautifully-composed underwater photo. (Photo: © Gleb Tolstov)

Low Light Wedding Photography Tips

There is nothing nicer than using a high quality prime lens and shooting wide open, it can be quite liberating especially when coupled with a full …

Marriage Blessings

The Graceful Movements of Tennis Players Captured with Long Exposures and Strobe Lights

For a series of photos titled “Chronophoto,” photographer Jean-Yves Lemoigne paid tribute to old strobe photography camera tests with his own series …


Dreamlike Scenes by Conceptual Photographer Jenna Martin

Jenna Martin constructs alternate, dreamlike realities through her conceptual photography. Inspired by films and storytelling, the Montana-based creative takes advantage of her mountainous, serene surroundings to capture elaborate portraits that truly come to life after seamlessly blending …


How to Become Familiar With Your Camera and Never Miss a Shot

It doesn't matter whether you are shooting with a Canon, Nikon or Hasselblad, your camera should be a part of you. You need to know your camera …


10 Tips & Tricks for Better Portrait Photography

We love to look at stunning portraits. The subject may be our friend, family member, a model, or a perfect stranger. A well taken portrait tells us …

Never Fall in Love with a Scuba Diver

How to Make the Best of Low Light Using Slow Shutter Speed: 6 Stunning Effects

Photographing in low light is often accomplished using a long shutter speed. To be able to use faster shutter speeds, you need lenses with wider …

Shutter Speed

Flickr Taking Heat from CC Photographers for Selling Their Work as Wall Art Without Compensation

Flickr — a site that sometimes seems like the punching bag of the photo community — is again taking heat from photographers, this time over their …

Jonathan Bird's Blue World: Hammerhead Sharks