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Live Reports: Wetpixel Macro Workshop 2016 Photo

Live Reports: Wetpixel Macro Workshop 2016

We will be posting “live” updates from the Wetpixel/Alex Mustard Lembeh macro workshop over the next two weeks. This event has been eagerly anticipated after the amazing success of the first one in 2013. It is being held at Lembeh Resort from 1 to14 October.Please keep checking back as we will be adding regular reports as the workshop progresses and follow the hashtag “wetpixellembeh” on social media.

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BTS of the Nirvana anniversary photograph with John Chapple Photo

BTS of the Nirvana anniversary photograph with John Chapple

On the 25th anniversary of the Nirvana Nevermind album, photographer John Chapple decided to recreate the iconic cover with the original underwater baby, Spencer Elden. 25 years later, the baby is no longer a baby and the image looks a bit more mature. We sat down with Chapple and got some insight into the shoot and all of the interest behind it.

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GoPro announces Karma drone and Hero 5 Photo

GoPro announces Karma drone and Hero 5

GoPro has announced a new suite of Hero 5 cameras, the Hero 5 Black and the Hero 5 Session, as well as the highly anticipated drone, the Karma. Both the Hero 5 Black and Hero 5 Session are waterproof without a housing to 33 feet. The Karma comes in a wearable backpack with a controller, stabilizer and grip and will be available October 23rd.

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President Obama dedicates first marine monument in Atlantic Photo

President Obama dedicates first marine monument in Atlantic

At the 2016 Our Ocean conference, president Obama officially designated the first Marine National Monument in the Atlantic Ocean. The marine monument is roughly the size of Connecticut, 4,913 square miles, and includes seamounts and deep water canyons. The newly created marine monument is known as the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument and is off the coast of New England.

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Artist Doug Aitken plans underwater installation project off Catalina Island Photo

Artist Doug Aitken plans underwater installation project off Catalina Island

Artist Doug Aitken is planning to install interactive underwater sculptures off Catalina Island next month. The installation coincides with his most recent exhibit at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, which opened this past weekend. The “pavilions” include reflective surfaces and are open to allow snorkelers and scuba divers to swim through and around them. The pieces will be suspended at 5, 10 and 50 feet deep.

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