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Eric Hanauer

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Eric Hanauer is a widely published writer and photographer specializing in the underwater world. Author of three books and nearly 1,000 articles, his work has appeared in posters, magazines, books, and CDs worldwide, on subjects ranging from travel to diving history, instruction to equipment. He remains at the forefront of imaging technology with expertise in digital photography, Photoshop, and video shooting and editing. Forty years of active diving have brought a unique perspective to Eric\'s work. He is a retired professor from the Kinesiology Division at California State University, Fullerton. An aquatics specialist, he trained over 2500 scuba students, and introduced the grab start to competitive swimming while coaching in the 1960s. Today he is a full-time writer and photographer, specializing in the Indo-Pacific region. Born in Stuttgart, Germany and raised in Chicago, Eric earned a BS in Physical Education at George Williams College, and an MS in Physical Education at UCLA. His wife, Karen Straus, is also an active diver and underwater photographer. They live in San Diego.


What I look for in a Dive Operator:
I look for dive operators with a proven track record, who treat divers as individuals and let them dive to the limits of their ability and experience. They should be willing to go the extra mile to enable us to get the shots we need. Safety should be a priority, but not presented in a dictatorial manner (i.e. \"You will go no deeper than ___ feet, and must come up with 500 psi.\")
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