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Scuba Travel, Red Sea, Egypt, Lionfish

Back to Bsics

Tips to ease back into the underwater photography world  We all know that when you do not use a skill, you get rusty, muscle memory fades, and things you used to know by heart get a bit foggy. Unfortunately, underwater photography is no different.  Many of us have been stuck indoors for what seems like a very long time without the chance to get in the water. No surprise you may feel a bit apprehensive about your first diving trip in a while. Today, I would like to go through some basic skills and techniques we all can review to…
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scuba Travel, Lightroom Catalogue

Lightroom housekeeping during Lockdown

2020 has been a tough year for everyone. Not being able to travel to our favourite dive destinations and forced to stay at home has driven many of us to spend hours working on our pictures and organizing our catalogue, time for some Lightroom Housekeeping. We are now in the middle of a second, but hopefully shorter lockdown. If you have not done it before, this is a good opportunity to sit in front of your computer and do some good old housekeeping. Today I wish to offer you some useful tips to optimize your catalogue . Personally, I use…
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Whirlwind, Wrecks and Reefs

Dive the Red Sea like never before onboard Whirlwind.

The Red Sea is piping hot. After months of no one diving, the Northern Red Sea is better than ever. The reefs are bursting with life, the sightings have been phenomenal and now you have the opportunity to enjoy all of this onboard Whirlwind. The Red Sea reefs are bursting with life. With the current situation, many people would think twice before travelling but if you are desperate to go diving and can travel, we can get you there. This 21st of November join Whirlwind on a Wrecks and Reefs trip sailing from Sharm El-Sheikh. With only 14 divers onboard…
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Scuba Travel, Diving holidays, Red Sea, Egypt, Tiran

Destination Focus. The Strait of Tiran

The Red Sea is famous for its clear blue waters and colourful reefs. The Strait of Tiran is without a doubt the best example. Just north of Sharm el-Sheikh lies the Island of Tiran, located at the entrance of the Strait of Tiran, which connects the Red Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba. Between the island and the Sinai peninsula are four large reefs, Gordon, Thomas, Woodhouse and Jackson. In my opinion one of the most colourful and vibrant areas in the Red Sea. Diving in Tiran The reefs of Tiran can be easily reached from Sharm el-Sheikh, both by day boat as…
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