The second issue of the brand new Freediving Magazine is out and features a variety of articles from several professional freedivers on a wide range of topics. Issue 2 of the new Freediving Magazine This issue also includes a great article on equalisation for freediving by record Italian Freediver, Linda Paganelli of Freedive Dahab discussing several challenges and offering some advice on better equalisation as well. The article also
I am extremely happy to be featured as ‘Photographer Of The Week’ on the prestigious Dive Photo Guide – Underwater Photography & Video website this week. Thank you very much to Lia Barrett for the awesome article and to Linda Paganelli for being such a great freediving model! Full article can be viewed on thr DPG website here:
A promo video I filmed for the Ikelite booth at this years DEMA show (the biggest annual dive show in the world) featuring some awesome freediving action…The video will also be available online and features record freediver Linda Paganelli diving in places like the legendary Blue Hole in Dahab, Egypt.
This is to be my first ‘product review’ and how it came about was through the fins I’m about to review… I am a professional Freediving Instructor and judge (I do it full time for a living as opposed to being just a weekend instructor) and I currently work with, have dived and trained with some of the top freedivers and Freedive trainers in the world. Based on this and
Apparently last year 16000 entries from 130 countries were received for the annual National Geographic Photo Contest… Given these numbers, seeing the quality of images of participants who have already submitted their entries and taking the 15 USD entry fee per submission into account makes even the best of photographers ask themselves: ‘Should I even bother?’ If you can see past the odds of actually winning and find pleasure in
For those of you looking at the images in the Freediving section of this site and wishing you could hold your breath to explore beautiful reefs or simply dive deep… Its easier than you thought:) I am currently in Cape Town, South Africa and will be hosting Freedive courses on a fulltime basis for all those interested through my company Freedive Cape Town – part of Freedive International (for those
I’ve been using Flickr.com now for nearly two years and it was a great source of information as well as inspiration. The support from other members was also invaluable and I’ve learned much from studying other photographers discussions, photos and comments. Last night I launched this site (partially) and as a semi-farewell to Flickr posted a photo I took in Dahab Egypt of Linda Paganelli while we were diving at