@ankleonion49active 3 months ago
1. Get comfortable with your buoyancy.
“First, make sure you’re a great diver. Too often I see people who don’t have great buoyancy trying to shoot video. You can’t worry about getting the shot you want if you’re stirring up silt when you swim.” – Alan Keller, Instructor with Adventures in Scuba, based in Calgary, Canada.
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