One Diver’s Perspective.

Scuba, Photography and Scandal


Eventually, I hope to become incredibly wealthy by generating more traffic than all of the worldwide web combined.  But, until such time as I have a product to sell, I will be content to offer my musings, my photographs and my dry wit to brighten the day of anybody who  happens to stumble across its content.

I love to scuba dive, and enjoy earning my living somewhere in the northeastern United States.  Of course, there is an air of mystery about divers.  We dare to go where a lot of other people never really thought about.  I am by no means a professional diver or photographer.   I’ve dived a week here, and a week there, with here and there being Bonaire, Belize, Jamaica, Cayman Brac, Little Cayman, Cozumel, Hawaii and most recently, the Exumas in the Bahamas.



  1. David,

    Nice photos on your first outing!

    Been reading your troubles with your used (I’m assuming) Rebel housing. There are lots of tips and tricks to making the things you mention work seamlessly.

    Check out my site and gear page when you get a chance. If I can help you in the future with equipment purchases let me know.

    Advice from an actual user of Ikelite gear comes with every purchase and all my customers find it is a very good value 🙂

    Best regards,

    David Haas
    Haas Photography Inc.
    4596 Greenlawn Drive
    Stow OH 44224
    330-678-0591 phone / fax
    330-329-5981 cell

    Comment by David Haas | July 16, 2008 | Reply

  2. Thanks, David! The troubles you were reading about on wetpixel concern my Nikon D300 in a new Ikelite housing. I am sure most of them can be resolved with a bit of fiddling and I will be sure to do a lot of fiddling before our next trip!

    Comment by davidscubadiver | July 17, 2008 | Reply

  3. David,

    Glad to hear you’re getting your D300 housing sorted out. The Nikon D300 is one incredible camera. I have two customers getting ready to house theirs…..

    I have chartered Shearwater 9 times or so for my groups with 2/3 of those being dedicated Shark trips. We only put a max of 10 people on those and am thinking of going down to 8 to allow more room for each person. It increases the cost but for this type of expedition i worth it.

    It is not a luxurious or big boat, so you have to have an adventurous spirit to go and I make no false claims on it. It is comfortable enough if you can roll with the punches so to speak. You are fed well, will be so tired from in water time and have amazing experiences with other like minded photographers.

    Email me if you want to be on my trip notification list…..


    David Haas

    Comment by David Haas | July 30, 2008 | Reply

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: