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RICH STEVENSON Underwater photographer and videographer
Rich Stevenson is a 40 year old professional diver married to Victoria with 2 children, Keira and William. They live near Plymouth on the South Coast of England. Rich has been working as a professional diver since 1995 and has run his company Deep Blue Diving since 1997, which still continues operating to date. Rich specialises in underwater filming and photography, media project support, Rebreather Instruction and charter vessel operation. He also does underwater inspection and survey work for commercial diving companies and organisations. CLICK TO SEE MORE PICS >>>
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A Collaboration Between Fourth Element and NOAA Creating 3D Maps of Wrecks in Thunder Bay Home to some of the best preserved and historically significant shipwrecks in the United States, Thunder Bay Marine Sanctuary is set to become a world class wreck diving destination. To promote the region, NOAA has teamed up with Fourth Element, using our newly developed web based technology, to map 7 wrecks in 3D.
ADVANCED NEOPRENE WETSUIT. Developed using a combination of superstretch and thermocore neoprene, the Proteus scuba diving wetsuit offers surprising thermal protection and comfort during a dive. Incorporating the unique hydrolock (patent pending) neck seal and long glideskin seals at the wrists and ankles, the Proteus wetsuit eliminates almost all water ingress and is rated the warmest diving wetsuit in its class by Sport Diver Magazine. Available in 3mm, 5mm and 7mm
4 1 HYDROLOCK SEAMS 2 HYDROLOCK NECK SEAL 3 THERMOFLEX CONSTRUCTION 4 DURAWEAR PATCHES
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NEW 3D WRECK Um El Faroud wreck
Plan your next dive on the Um El Faroud wreck using our 3D wreck photo map The Um El Faroud is one of the Mediterraneanâ€™s most popular wreck dives. Awesome in size, yet accessible from the shore in most conditions. In 1998, it was sunk following a tragic accident during a refit that killed 9 dock workers. It now provides a challenging site in what has become one of Europeâ€™s premier wreck diving locations, Malta, where historical wrecks sit alongside purpose sunk diving attractions to produce World Class diving for all divers from Recreational to Technical. GET THE FULL 3D TOUR >>>
A pioneering project to take deep panoramic photos. The location chosen for these groundbreaking pictures was the Arch at the Blue Hole in Dahab, Red Sea, South Sinai, Egypt. Fourth Element provided finance and thermal protection for this unique challenge. In order to take the whole natural architecture of this unique spot in one photograph the team took pictures at a depth of 100m. The site was shot in 360 degrees and then later, using software programmes, put together to form one image. Select the 3D tab to see the results: the worldâ€™s deepest 360 degree imageâ€Ś
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