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The following is a list of regular DiveLog contributors.

PT HIRSCHFIELD A diver with passion and talent in underwater photography. PT writes the monthly column 'PINK TANK SCUBA' She has an avid following and is a respected diver, underwater photographer and member of the underwater community.


Nigel Marsh & Helen Rose are Australian photojournalist based in Brisbane, Queensland. The couple are married and have enjoyed many dive adventures around Australia, Asia and the Pacific. Nigel has also co-authored two diving guide books with Neville Coleman, including the very popular Diving Australia. For more visit


Kevin Deacon is considered one of Australia’s most experienced, accomplished and highly published underwater photographers. His images have received international acclaim and have graced the pages of prestigious books and magazines throughout the World. He has won many awards for his photography and these days he frequently judges prestigious underwater photography competitions in the Australasia area.

Kevin is also the director of DIVE 2000 Pty Ltd, a highly regarded dive center that specializes in supply of underwater photographic, video & digital equipment.

Terry Cummins has a 40+ year history in education, business and exploration diving.Terry has received a number of industry awards including those from the Australian diving industry, OzTeK and equipment manufacturer Oceanic.  He has frequently delivered papers at conferences and is a regular contributor to the Undersea Journal and Dive Log Australasia.


Steve Reynolds is a member of the Marine Life Society of SA, Secretary for the Scuba Divers Federation of SA and a volunteer for the SA Apostleship of the Sea. He is an editor for all 3 of his organisations and his writing for Dive Log is a natural extension of his editorial work.

Steve has been a diver since 1978 and loves all aspects of diving, especially marine life, photography and shipwreck history.





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