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Into the Abyss with Emory Kristof. It was a privilege to be joined by this living legend. Emory’s tenacity is the reason the Titanic was discovered and without his pioneering camera system, this famous wreck would not have been seen by the global public. Emory showed us some of the highlights of his incredible career and even indulged us by talking through the footage from his most famous recorded dive on the Titanic. His passion for history, technology, and the deep sea make this session an absolute must for any ocean enthusiast.

Walruses, Leopard Seals, and Emperors with Göran Ehlmé. Göran is an award-winning photographer and expedition leader who guides people on incredible journeys through our planet’s polar regions. He was one of the first people to dive with both walruses and leopard seals, and he shares with us what it was like to be conducting these unpredictable and pioneering animal encounters. His animated and adventurous recollections are sure to get your blood pumping!

Moments that Took my Breath Away with Kay Burn Lim. Kay is an incredible photographer and videographer who seems to always focus his efforts on opposite ends of the size spectrum. On one trip he’ll be photographing blue whales, the biggest animals to have ever lived on Earth, and on the next trip, he’s filming super macro video of a worm crawling through coral polyps. These extremes make for a wonderful portfolio that we absolutely loved hearing about during this webinar.

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