October 25, 2020

Dive legend Marty Snyderman coming to Cayman Islands

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Screen Shot 2015-03-18 at 12.42.04 PMWant underwater photo tips from dive legend Marty Snyderman? Stop by My Bar at Sunset House next week and ask him

Marty Snyderman, on Grand Cayman March 21 – 25 to outfit his signature room at Sunset House, will be available to offer friendly, professional photo tips at My Bar on several evenings throughout the week. All that you have to do is stop by to say “Hello,” and bring your list of questions. You can also get a FREE trial download of Vivid-Pix Picture-Fix, a fast and easy photo editing software specifically designed for underwater photos. Company founder Rick Voight will personally show you how to use the software to improve underwater photos, and he will also help you share them online with family and friends back home.

Screen Shot 2015-03-18 at 12.42.18 PMWhether you are a pro or an amateur, if you love underwater photography, this is a perfect time to mingle with two of the best in the business – Marty Snyderman and Cayman’s own Cathy Church, owner of Cathy Church’s Photo Centre, who will also participate. Dive Training Magazine is also a sponsor of the week’s events. To make a night of it, Sunset House offers a daily Happy Hour that runs from 6:00-8:00 so you can party with a purpose. Drawings will be held to give away a series of autographed Screen Shot 2015-03-18 at 12.42.37 PMprints of Marty Snyderman’s marine wildlife photos. The proceeds will be donated to the Cayman Magic Reef Recovery effort.

From My Bar, Rick Voight will host a virtual community of divers as they share the Cayman experience on Facebook at www.facebook.com/vivid-pix-fix. He and Snyderman invite all local divers and friends to come out, share a drink, and see what is happening in underwater photography.

“Divers are a world-wide community, and more and more people are getting involved in underwater photography because of how easy it has become,” states Voight. “We’re here to be a part of this community, to have fun sharing these pictures and to help worthwhile causes like the Cayman Magic Reef Recovery.”

Screen Shot 2015-03-18 at 12.42.59 PMSnyderman and Voight will arrive with hammers in hand to create the latest Signature Room at Sunset House. Sunset House General Manager Keith Sahm says it will be a celebratory week with a serious message. “The idea behind our signature room campaign is to promote the beauty of the ocean as seen through the eyes of professional and passionate underwater photographers to encourage those who see the photos to act to save this fragile marine environment.”

The informal photo sessions will be taking place on several evenings throughout the week from 6 – 8 pm at My Bar.

Marty Snyderman, Sunday, March 22
Cathy Church, Monday, March 23
Marty Snyderman, Wednesday, March 25

The Sunset House signature room unveiling and photo contest selection will be held on Wednesday. For information contact Rick Voight at Rick.[email protected], or call 404.664.9897. To visit the Vivid-Pix website, visit www.Vivid-Pix.com.

About Vivid-Pix
Vivid-Pix is a partnership between Randy Fredlund, CTO, and Rick Voight, CEO, to design, create and deliver Fast, Easy Imaging Software. Since launching in 2012, Vivid-Pix has advanced its product to earn the support and respect of business leaders and photographers. Fredlund has more than 100 digital-imaging patents and has extensive experience in Research, Development and Commercialization, enabling him to translate theory into practice. Voight has created billion-dollar business through consumer and business research, Product Development, Sales and Marketing for Eastman Kodak and Hewlett-Packard. The Vivid-Pix Team is a far-flung group of excellent people who deliver software that helps customers Share the Experience with Vivid-Pix!
Contact us at: [email protected] and visit our website at: www.vivid-pix.com.

About Dive Training Magazine
Dive Training is an educational publication that covers a broad range of topics about scuba diving and the marine environments around the world that divers experience and explore. Subjects range from marine biology to oceanography, natural history, marine life, dive geography, diving equipment, diving skills, diving physiology and psychology, current news and events, and a range of off-beat and interesting topics. The oldest diving magazine in North America, Dive Training has been published monthly since 1991. Dive Training is distributed through every dive store in the United States and Canada, is available in major bookstores and through mobile apps across all platforms. Dive Training is the publisher of the industry’s trade journal, Dive Center Business. Contact us at [email protected], visit our web site at www.divetrainingmagazine.com., or find us at iTunes, Google Play, or Kindle.

About Sunset House
Sunset House/Sunset Divers has been welcoming divers to the Cayman Islands for more than 55 years. It is the only resort in the Cayman Islands, designed by divers, operated by divers, for divers. It’s also the only resort on Grand Cayman that has its own coral reef, with modern and ancient shipwrecks in shallow water right off shore. Underwater visibility on Sunset House’s reef can exceed 200 feet, and a remarkable variety of marine life to be seen there. Our own spectacular 9’ bronze sculpture of the mermaid Amphitrite is one of the most popular shore dive sites in the world. The resort features 52 guest rooms, including 16 deluxe Oceanview rooms, 2 spacious suites and 2 apartments with full kitchenettes. All rooms are air-conditioned, with phones and private baths. Free Hi-Speed Wireless Internet can be accessed throughout the property and a convenient computer station is located in the lobby. SeaHarvest Restaurant offers full menus for some of the healthiest breakfasts, lunch and dinners around and is famous for its East Indian menu. My Bar a popular hangout for both locals and visitors, has been voted “Best in the Caribbean” by Caribbean Travel and Life and the Best of Cayman. Sunset House also features an inviting seaside fresh water swimming pool. For information or reservations, call toll free: (800) 854-4767, On Grand Cayman: 345-949-7111,
Web: www.sunsethouse.com

Vivid-Pix Contact:
Rick Voight, [email protected], 770.657.7007
10435 Stanyan Street, Alpharetta, GA 30022

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  1. Maxwell vonKlein says

    This seems to be the only way to comment on your “Notoriety” article in the Feb. 2016 issue of DT magazine. Oh, Marty, I know you would do anything to promote diving, learning about sealife and more. It has been my passion since certification in 1976. I have come across some of the people/instructors you mentioned and, based on my interactions with them do not consider them worthy of you admiration. E.g., Erin O’neill walking up to me, a complete stranger resting between dives at Pt. Dume, asking if I had a spare weight belt to lend her. She and her buddy Morgan were conducting what appeared to be an rudimentary SCUBA class. When I became a Los Angeles County Scuba Instructor in 1981(UICC 29), I learned to be PREPARED. She ,et al, were not. My experiences in the Caribbean exposed me to other yahoos in the industry(including Ron Kipp, my favorite example since an article written about him conducting his first class at Georgetown pointed out how he did not know where he was leading his class on a particular dive. There is more about his ethics I experienced first hand). I could go on to others, braggarts in every sense of the word, with no substance. The truly majestic figures formed this sporting activity, among them Glen Egstrom, Jon Hardy, the founders of Scubapro, Dave Woodard, Don Morrison, Uncle Jacque and his crew, and too many more to publish here. Oh, and you with your wonderful articles about your diving experiences. THANK YOU.

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