In this issue of the magazine, you will get a peek at Palau’s tropical vistas, the rich biodiversity off the north east coast of Taiwan and a haven for underwater photographers – Moorea in the South Pacific. I am pretty sure this is the debut for Moorea in EZDIVE and I hope you will put it on your bucket list.
As coral bleaching is getting worse every year around Taiwan, Taiwan Environmental Information Association (TEIA) started a marine conservation act for all – check it out and sign up if you are also an enthusiastic conservationist. Again, freediving guru Matt Yang shares his experiences about Frenzel equalization along with a reminder from our columnist Simon Pridmore about the importance of oxygen when diving. In addition, get well-prepared by reading the column ‘Diving Safety’ if you are intending to try current diving in the future.
Finally, we complete this issue with Zola Chen’s artistic cetacean photos in black and white, and open the second half of this year with faith and hope for the future.
Just after sunset under the calm surface of a shallow lagoon in Moorea, French Polynesia, two blacktip reef sharks momentarily come together to create a unique composition enhanced by the reflection above. This image was achieved by using a fisheye lens, large dome port, and dual strobes.
By Renee Grinnell Capozzola
DRT SHOW Shanghai — The Revival of the Dive Expo in Asia
By Diving Resort Travel Expo (DRT SHOW)
Result of Malaysian RAW Underwater Photography Challenge
By Nurul Yazid
Marine Conservation for All: Reef Check
By Taiwan Environmental Information Association
Red Sea Apple
Guan Chiou Toong
Palau’s Protected Ocean Paradise
By Henley Spiers
Taiwan’s North East Coast – An Unexpected Treasure Trove of Sea Life
By Alex Houghton
The Magic of Moorea
By Renee Capozzola
FAQs on Frenzel Equalization
By Matt Yang
Editing Workshop with Lightroom
By Timo Dersch
This Diver Needs Oxygen
By Simon Pridmore
By Jim Gunderson
Zola Chen, Taiwan
EZDIVE Digital Magazine
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