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DPG Editor to Present at NYUPS
By Joseph Tepper, July 16, 2013 @ 06:00 AM (EST)

NYC is a happening place tonight!

Yes, yes there’s the MLB All Star Game out in Queens, but on the island DPG Editor Joe Tepper will be presenting at this month’s New York Underwater Photography Society (NYUPS).

Stop by the Arctica Bar and Grill at 7PM as Joe presents his recent adventures to Kona. From mantas, to dolphins, and whales Joe photographs it all and shares why the island of Hawaii is a must stop for any underwater photographer.

Meetings are absolutely FREE and the crowd is always fantastic! So what are you waiting for? Come to NYUPS tonight (unless you have awesome seats to the All Star Game, of course)!

What: NYUPS July Meeting

Where: Arctica Bar and Grill (3 Ave and 27 St.)

When: 7-9PM

Hawaii is known as the big island – and with good reason. There are truck-sized lava tubes, enormous pods of spinner dolphins, and manta rays with a twenty-foot wingspan. 

 At the July NYUPS meeting, DivePhotoGuide's Joe Tepper shows why Hawaii's Kona coast is a must destination for underwater shooters. He'll share images of all the underwater subjects to be had as well as his tips for nailing the shot. 
Wide-angle lovers will delight in the manta dive, snorkeling with dolphins and close encounters with rare cetaceans. Macro fanatics will fill up their memory cards with images of hawkfish, frogfish, and infinitesimal invertebrates on the famous "pelagic magic" dive. By the end of the meeting you'll be tempted to book a one-way ticket to Hawaii.



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