Wanna dive with me?
Looking for a dive buddy next weekend? Planning a trip but you want to find some new dive & travel mates? Chose your country and connect with others! Tag your buddies that are looking for new buddies! Please dont use this group for commercial posts. Happy Diving :-) ...and see you somewhere underwater.
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Bali community
Haven't seen a Bali community. Lets start one
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German Divers
Für alle Pfützentaucher aus Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz
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Underwater Compact Camera Photographers
The purpose of this group is to show the photos taken using Camera COMPACT, NOT a DSLR or Mirrorless Camera and help each other to learn different techniques and get inspiration from notice and comment on each others photos. By asking questions, we can learn new techniques and improve the quality of our pictures. Underwater Compact Camera is defined as any point and shoot camera with the small sensors (less than 35mm), you can use just a basic compact system, camera and underwater housing with no accessories attached. The lighting may use the internal flash from the camera, or with additional wet wide angle lenses, macro wet lenses with an external flash attached. Please upload ONLY photos taken with COMPACT Cameras. NO photos or aquarium soil! Good luck and keep taking photos, posting results for all the people in the group to see.
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World Divers
I want to travel and dive around the world!
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Coral Restoration
This group is for anyone interested in coral restorations. Share your photos, experience, and stories of coral restoration around the world. Have you worked or volunteered with a coral restoration project? Submit your photos and tell us how many coral fragments or how many meters of coral you have planted back to the reef. Have questions? Post your photos here and get feedback from passionate coral enthusiasts and experienced professionals. Have you visited a coral restoration project for the first time? Share your photos and tell us about your experience. Together we can inspire each other to protect coral reefs.
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Freediver lounge
Break free of your scuba equipment and glide into the blue. This group is for apnea addicts who like to get closer than ever to the world around them.
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Art of Scuba Diving
Welcome to the Art of Scuba Diving community! Please feel free to share all of your scuba and marine world related photos and videos! All like-minded scuba junkies welcome, and bring a friend!
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Technical Divers
The home of the brave and the few that go deep. This is a group for all technical divers, and those interested in becoming part of this elite subsection of divers. Share your dive profiles, gas blends, equipment tips and tricks, experiences and favorite dive spots below 40m.
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Nudibranch Junkies
Nudibranch Junkies group is a home for those that love the “naked gills”, those colourful gastropod molluscs commonly known as nudibranchs. Get help with identification, photography tips and more. When asking for identification please state the location (not the dive site) where you spotted the nudi, the depth you were at, and the size of the specimen in question. Camera information and settings is particularly helpful those in the community that are learning the art of macro photography.
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Diving United States
Diving in America
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Underwater Photo/Video Club
This group is for divers that photograph our beautiful blue planet from below the waves. Share your photographs, videos, as well as tips and camera settings, equipment news and reviews, favorite dive spots and techniques.
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Best Dive Buddies
Do you have someone to always watch your back while diving? Do you have someone who always takes you where the cool stuff is? Let’s hear it for your best dive buddy! From now til June 9th, share your buddy story with us on Deepblu APP and win a pair of COSMIQ+ Dive Computers and a set of Buddy Watcher for you and your buddy! So start inviting your buddies onto Deepblu and: 1. Tag your dive buddies on Deepblu APP with "@" function. **Tagging only works on APP** 2. Post a story of you and your dive buddies This event is brought to you by Deepblu and Buddy Watcher :)
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Macro Freaks
This group is for divers who can’t get enough of the bizarre and unique micro-critters that tend to go unnoticed by most divers. Post your macro photographs and help us all gain inspiration. Only for those with a keen eye for what’s hidden in plain sight!
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Underwater Photography
Equipment advise, tips, and a place to share your photos.
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Memorable Dive Adventure
Divers come together to share their best dive memories and dive logs.
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SHARKS!!!!!
As divers we all love sharks. Post your favorite shark photo or video here and let us know your favorite shark diving site in the world!
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Rebreather Room
Do you like diving longer, deeper and with less gas? You must be a rebreather diver. If so, this group is for you. Join to discuss the ins and outs of CCR diving with other trained rebreather divers and share your knowledge with those who are interested.
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The Gear Guild
Passionate about new gear and new technology? This is the group for divers who love to find and try out new gear. Post your first-hand experiences with the latest piece of diving equipment.
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Frogfish Pics & Videos
For all that like these masters of camouflage! Share your best pictures. I started this group to learn more about these creatures and to see more great pictures of frog fish. The only times I have seen one was on a dive in Taiwan, Green Island (big big black one...). My Instructor pointed it out to me, otherwise I would never have seen it. They hide and adjust to the environment so well. The second time was on a dive boat in the Philippines, El Nido - a small yellow frog fish was floating at the surface tangled in seaweed. My DM took it and dove down with it to place it on a coral - I am not sure if that was correct behavior! I heard they like to sit on seaweed. Lets explore more frog fish :-)
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