Photos Category

Jake’s Photo Tips – Update

Ok it’s been a few years now since I last covered the subject of photography with a (Keep It Simple Stupid) philosophy in hopes to help out anyone with questions. With the changes in gear and the new questions we get daily it seems like its time to cover some things again. I don’t think… read more »

GoPro Flat Port Housing Reminder

For those who have purchased a flat port housing for your GoPro’s don’t forget to color with black fine point sharpie the back clear portion of the¬†epoxied¬†lens to keep from getting sun rings in your shots. If you are using a Hero 2 you will not have to worry about coloring the front lens as… read more »

Another Great Pumpkin Carve!

We had a fantastic pumpkin carve this year, the weather was very cooperative, the rain stopped just long enough for us to hold our activities and then became a down poor while we handed out prizes. Winners collected a wide variety of prizes, from iPod nanos, hockey tickets, Scuba masks, Dry bags, restaurant gift certificates,… read more »

September Dive-a-Long Review & Photos

Wow another fantastic trip to Flaming Gorge! Great weather, Great company, Great diving. After our last trip here this summer we said it was a must to get in another before the weather turns so on the last weekend that most the campsites are open around Dutch John we gave it a go and lucked… read more »

Deer Creek Review – Thanks Penne

The August 28, 2010, dive a long on Sail Boat Beach at Deer Creek Reservoir was a FUN and yet a little bit of a challenging event. We had strong wind gusts (up to 45 miles an hour at times) all day long. Congratulations to the divers completing their Drysuit Certification Class conducted by Brian… read more »

Belize May 2010 – Review

We took a group of 30 to Belize and stayed at Ramon’s Village. One of the first things I noticed was that the staff was the same as our trip three year before, right down to the guy that picked us up at the airport. The accommodations at Ramon’s are fantastic, the rooms are clean… read more »