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Finning advice for freedivers - knee rotation

Finning Advice for Freedivers: Avoiding Some Common Mistakes

This is just a snippet of finning advice, taken from Glass and Water: The Essential Guide to Freediving for Underwater Photography. “A classic mistake is to make too much movement at the knee joint. When this happens you will look as if you are riding an imaginary underwater bicycle. Conversely, too much movement in the hip […]

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A freediver - at one with a camera

Underwater Photography for Freedivers and Snorkellers

Having been privileged to win awards in competitive freediving over the years, I have realised that much of the equipment and many of the techniques lend themselves well for the benefit of underwater photographers when not using scuba. I also realised that these benefits could be exploited at all levels, from the fledgling snorkeller to […]

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Martin Edge on “Glass and Water”

Renowned underwater photographer Martin Edge gives his opinion on Mark Harris’ new book: “If you have ever considered adding a brand new dimension to your underwater photography a productive choice would be freediving. There are so many underwater photographic opportunities available within a zone that can be so inflexible using scuba. To my knowledge this […]

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