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Antibes updates hitting the forums Photo

Antibes updates hitting the forums

Everyone is back from the festival at Antibes, and coverage is starting to hit our forums.  Big wins for Alex Mustard, Mark Thorpe, Leandro Blanco, Danny Van Belle, and others were very exiting for the Wetpixel crowd.  Until we get a more formal write-up to post, the forum topic is a great place to see photos of people hanging out in the DivePhotoGuide / Wetpixel booth, which was converted into a hang-out space complete with free alcohol!

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Wetpixel Bahamas Shark Expedition, March 2008 Photo

Wetpixel Bahamas Shark Expedition, March 2008

Come photograph sharks in the Bahamas with Wetpixel aboard the M/V Shearwater!  Expedition dates are March 10-18, 2008.

March is a fantastic time for shark encounters in the Bahamas because the water temperature is a little colder than it is in the summer months. We’ll definitely see tiger sharks, lemon sharks, reef sharks, and will have a good chance of encounters with great hammerheads and bull sharks…

*UPDATE* Trip has tentatively booked full. Contact me to get on the waiting list.

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Wetpixel happy hour at DEMA 2007 Photo

Wetpixel happy hour at DEMA 2007

Wetpixel members and viewers: please let us know if you will be at DEMA this year!  We’re planning on taking over the Rosen Centre Hotel’s Lobby Lounge Bar again this year on the evening of Friday, November 2, 2007.  Matt Segal, Eli Woolery, Heidi Connal, and I will be roaming around at DEMA covering the show. We’ll also be at the DivePhotoGuide booth (#2449) showing off our new magazine, Wetpixel Quarterly.

What: 2007 Wetpixel DEMA Happy Hour
When: Friday, November 2, 2007 at

8PM

8:15PM
Where: Just past the Lobby Lounge Bar at the Rosen Centre Hotel (on 9840 International Drive)—private nook 50-10 ft down the lobby

As usual, we will coerce various underwater photography organizations to pony up for a few rounds of free drinks.
[UPDATE] See photos from the happy hour.

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Shell Wildlife Photographer Of The Year 2007

Underwater photographers, including many names familiar here on Wetpixel, were once again well represented amongst the award winners in the prestigious Shell Wildlife Photographer Of The Year 2007. Particular congratulations to category winners Felipe Barrio (Spain) for the Underwater World and Thomas Peschak (South Africa) for Nature in Black and White.

Other award winning underwater images were taken by Paul Nicklen, Graham Eaton, Jurgen Freund, Angel Fitor, Douglas David Seifert, Len Deeley, Patrick Weir, Bela Nasfay, Jeff Yonover, Wade Hughes and Alex Mustard. All the award winning underwater photos were taken with digital cameras.

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Alex Mustard wins 2008 Raja Ampat Tourism Entry Tag Contest Photo

Alex Mustard wins 2008 Raja Ampat Tourism Entry Tag Contest

Conservation International, Coral Reef Alliance and Wetpixel.com are pleased to announce the winning photo for the 2008 Raja Ampat entrance tag design contest. 

Dr. Alexander Mustard, a marine biologist, dive enthusiast, underwater photographer and frequent contributor to various underwater pictorials, won first place with Big Personality, a stunning portrait of a pygmy seahorse, as well as second place with Mangrove Trees and Corals, a split image of a healthy coral garden underneath a forest of mangrove trees.  In recognition of his contributions, Big Personality will be printed on all 2008 Raja Ampat Tourism Entry System tags…

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Alex Mustard tests out Nikon’s D3 and D300 SLRs Photo

Alex Mustard tests out Nikon’s D3 and D300 SLRs

Alex Mustard had posted some preliminary test shots taken with Nikon’s new D3 and D300 digital SLRs.  In addition to posting illuminating sample images from his time with the cameras, Alex writes about high ISO performance, live view, corner sharpness, vignetting, and more. 

Oh, and Alex also tried Nikon’s new 14-24mm wide-angle zoom lens.  Sample images from the new lens are also in the informal report.

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Wetpixel Picture of the Week now has an RSS feed Photo

Wetpixel Picture of the Week now has an RSS feed

The Wetpixel Picture of the Week competition now has an RSS feed!  Subscribe to the new RSS feed to automatically be notified when a new winning image emerges from the mix.

If you don’t know what RSS is, read about it and then go out of your way to set yourself up with a RSS reader.  Once you are properly set up, it has the potential to save you from hours of idle web browsing each week.  If you don’t want to download any special software, try out Google’s feed reader, which has been received favorably by nearly everyone I know who has tried it.

The Wetpixel POTW is sponsored by Ikelite Underwater Systems.

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