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  • 2. David Doubilet was born in New York in 1946, and started diving at age 8. He spent 13 years photographing along the coast of New Jersey . The National Geographic published his first photograph in 1972.
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  • 5. Since that time, he has been responsible for more than 50 articles on life in the oceans and everything related to it . shoals of fishes, sharks, underwater landscapes .
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  • 8. More than 15,000 people visited the Exhibition of Underwater Photography by David Doubilet in Lisbon in 2003. The exhibition was inaugurated on 5 May 2002. He was considered to be the most famous Underwater World photographer. The exhibition contained over 100 photographs and included a story that was contained in the Portuguese edition of National Geographic in February 2002.
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  • 25. Doubilet received his first prize, the Underwater Sara Prize, awarded by the Italian magazine, The World Submerged, and honorable mentions from the American National Press Photographers Association.
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