UF student’s underwater cave photography teaches science through art — Two Green Thumbs Up

By Emily Mavrakis Armed with a Nikon DSLR camera and a tripod, Jennifer Adler dives down into some of Florida’s best-known underwater caves. Inside Blue Hole, Devil’s Eye and seven other caves, she photographed 360 degree views and stitched them together to create a 3D effect. With programs such as Google Cardboard and other virtual […]

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