Australia » Cairns, Qld
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Has been a PADI Divemaster since 2010. Before Cairns he worked in Key West, Curacao and Koh Tao. Peter is an excellent Nudibranch-spotter and knows his languages. He speaks Dutch, English, German and Spanish.
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This gallery is made by MyFishGallery's imaginary dive center located in Cairns, Australia. The dive leader shared this gallery with the divers who joined the dive. This means that an exact copy of this gallery has been placed into the personal accounts of these divers. Within there personal accounts they can further edit the gallery to their liking.
Dive centers/Dive leaders can quickly create a gallery via one of the self-created templates. A template already contains geographic information (country, place and dive site) and preselected pictures of marine life. The pictures can be categorized in 'mostly seen', 'regularly seen' and 'sometimes seen'. If you have a rare encounter with marine life which is not included in the template, you can still add it to the gallery outside of the template. In the template you select the pictures of the marine life you saw during the dive. These will be merged into the gallery.
A company's banner will automatically be added to a shared gallery. It contains the company's name, a slogan (option), a logo (3:4 ratio), a link to the company's website, links to the social pages (option per button) and a picture (1:1 ratio) of the dive leader. The name, job title and information about the dive leader will show when hovering the pointer over the picture (desktop) or when the picture is selected (tablet/smartphone).
All input for the company's banner is added via 'My profile' and 'My dive leaders' in the menu (only when dive center rights are assigned).
The dive leader has the possibility to (partly) fill in the dive log: air + water conditions, depths, times and pressure groups. When the divers are logged in there personal accounts they can complete the dive log: air consumption, buddy- + gear information and comments.
A gallery can also be shared by customers, using the social media buttons on the top right or bottom of the screen.