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Eric Cheng

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Eric Cheng is the Chief Editor and Administrator of Wetpixel.com. He has authored many web journals documenting his trips around the world, and has been published in numerous publications, both in print and on the web. Eric has won first place in both EPIC and NCUPS photo competitions, and was awarded a prestigious Antibes Festival award in 2003 for his work with Wetpixel.com, the Antibes underwater imaging web site of the year. Eric is well-known for his knowledge of underwater digital imaging, and has given workshops and seminars at DEMA, SeaSpace, Digital Shootouts, and the Boston Sea Rovers Clinic.


What I look for in a Dive Operator:
Once I've decided on a destination, I look for a dive operator who knows how to properly host serious underwater photographers. In addition to the things that normal divers want (like great diving!), I look for dedicated camera tables, rinse tanks, and electrical power. Obviously, if the chosen subjects are unique enough, all of these requisite attributes get thrown out the window, but they're still things that are nice to have.
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