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Underwater Festival Road Trip Day 1

We've landed in Sydney!

Jase, Seanna, Kieren and Nick.

Road trip group shot
















After getting picked up by Nick we went straight to his place in Maroubra to set up our cameras for our planned night dive at Clovelley Pools just past midnight.

We were all pretty keen after months of planning the ...

All systems are go, ready for launch!

Perth might be the most isolated city in the world, but it doesn't mean we can't be part of the UF11 festivities. 

Our images are printed and framed, our guest speakers are confirmed, the drinks are chillin' in the fridge and tonight we kick off our WA official ...

Packed and ready to go.. Bali here we come!

We are packed and ready to go. Bali here we come. Miss Under H2O (and Mr Under H2O) have maxed out the check in and carry on luggage allowance for the 9.30am flight tomorrow morning. By mid afternoon it will be a warm 29-30 degrees out of the water ...

Underwater Festival Road Trip

With the Underwater Festival quickly approaching, I think it's time to list the Dive sites and the dates we will be diving.


Day 1: 02/09/11. Clovelly Pools Night Dive + Shark Point in the Morning. Sydney

Day 2: 03/09/11. Fly Point. Port Stephens

Day 3: 04 ...

Beating Low Visibility

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. Some techniques can prove very efficient in such conditions.

Text and images by Mathieu Meur, author of a number of books on ...

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