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Posted by Liv Siddall,

Explorer, deep-sea photographer, and generally smiley, beardy man Emory Kristof is the go-to man for anything Titanic or deep-sea related. He and oceanographer Robert Ballard worked together, 12,000 ft under the sea, to make sure the first images presented to the world in 1985 were beautifully lit from all sides, and as magnificent as possible. I can’t say any more, it’s too epic; just try and harness even a modicum of the feelings they must have had when they approached and lit up the front deck of the sunken ship, and you’ll see what I mean.

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Posted by Liv Siddall

Liv joined It’s Nice That as an intern in 2011 and is now one of our editors. She oversees itsnicethat.com and has a particular interest in illustration, photography and music videos. She also runs our London listings site This At There, and is a regular on our Studio Audience podcast.