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Adobe announces Elements 13 Photo

Adobe announces Elements 13

Adobe has announced new version of their Photoshop and Premiere Elements software. These offer basic and guided photo and video editing and are aimed at people that “don’t always have the time or the know-how to get the results they desire”. In Photoshop Elements 13, there are new selection tools, Facebook oriented editing layouts and mono conversion processes. In Premiere Elements, there are new trimming tools, titling options and anti-shake functions.

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Manta ray tagging program launches in Indonesia Photo

Manta ray tagging program launches in Indonesia

A comprehensive manta tagging program has begun this month in Indonesia to gather information on manta ranges and habits to support their recent protection in these waters. 30 tags are set to be attached to reef and oceanic manta rays in locations throughout Indonesia.

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Tagged:bird's head seascape, manta tagging, news
Call for entries: Ocean Art 2014 Photo

Call for entries: Ocean Art 2014

The 2014 Ocean Art Contest is calling for entries. They are seeking entries in 12 categories, including NoviceDSLR and 3 compact camera ones. Entries are open now and the deadline is 19 November 2014.

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Tagged:call for entries, news, ocean art
Think Tank releases Urban Disguise 60 classic Photo

Think Tank releases Urban Disguise 60 classic

Think Tank are celebrating their ten year anniversary and a long time favorite of many underwater photographers, the Urban Disguise 60 shoulder bag, has been updated and refined in a new Classic version. The bag has enough capacity for a camera body, several lenses and two strobes, as well as accessories. The Classic version has leather accents and panels, and now features separate compartments for a laptop and a tablet.

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Results: Eilat Red Sea and World Shoot Out 2014 Photo

Results: Eilat Red Sea and World Shoot Out 2014

The Eilat Red Sea and World Shoot Outs concluded last Sunday 13 September with an award ceremony held in Eilat. 67 participants from 9 countries competed for prizes in nine categories during the actual shoot out, whilst the World Shoot Out attracted online entries from all over the world. The shoot out also hosted an attempt for the world’s largest live-streamed underwater event.

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Call for Entries: Underwater Photographer of the Year London 2015 Photo

Call for Entries: Underwater Photographer of the Year London 2015

The Underwater Photographer of the Year, London 2015 (UPY London), is calling for entries. It features categories for UK and international entries and for images shot in UK or international waters. The the Underwater Photographer of the Year and other winners will be announced on 14 February 2015 at an award ceremony on stage at the London International Dive Show. The deadline for entries is 5 January 2015.

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Subal, Nexus and Seacam announce D810 housings Photo

Subal, Nexus and Seacam announce D810 housings

Seacam Nexus and Subal have announced their intention to support the Nikon D810 SLR camera and have images of their new housings. Seacam’s version is shipping now and is priced the same as their D800 version , with Subal’s housing scheduled to follow sometime in October and Nexus’s available for pre-order. Full details of the housings as well as Nexus and Subal’s prices are not yet available, although as soon as we have them, we will post them.

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Panasonic announces the LX100 4K compact camera Photo

Panasonic announces the LX100 4K compact camera

Amongst the inevitable slew of pre-Photokina announcements, Panasonic has announced the LX100 compact camera. Featuring a 12.8 megapixel Micro 4/3 sensors and a 24-75mm f1.7-2.8 lens, the camera is capable of capturing 4K video at 30/25fps in MP4 format. It also offer an option of a “4K Photo mode”, which allows the user to capture stills from the 4K footage and has focus peaking available.

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