The Fine Line Between Life and Death in Freediving

  • Photographer
    Kohei Ueno
  • Prize
    1st Place / Event/Competitive Event
  • Company/Studios
    Kohei Ueno Photography
  • Date of Photograph
    17/08/2022 - 25/08/2022
  • Technical Info
    Sony A7R3 with Nauticam Underwater Housing, 16-35mm, f/2.8 GM, Manual

Freediving is a sport where you dive as deep as you can, for as long as you can on one breath. Freedivers push themselves far beyond what is considered normal, diving to depths of over 100 meters, diving along a fine line that could easily spell life or death. This line is what holds the diver in place, preventing them from drifting away, also acting as a form of navigation/orientation. It is also the one piece of equipment that can help pull them back up to surface quickly in an emergency. A freedive line is quite literally a freediver's lifeline, holding them in place between life or death.

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