Surface: Tim Calver’s exhibit in Miami, Feb 3-28, 2007
Photographer and friend Tim Calver will be showing his work at the MCPA (Miami Center for the Photographic Arts) this coming February 3-28, 2007. Please join Tim at the opening of this show, “Surface”, between 6-9PM on Saturday, February 3rd.
Tim is a freelance photographer whose career takes him wherever water ebbs and flows. Each photograph in the exhibit was taken while freediving. The images explore the relationship of breath and water, the meeting of ocean and air, and the results are as much about the color, shape, and feel of water as they are about the things that live beneath its surface.
DivePhotoGuide.com announces Indonesia liveaboard survey winner
DivePhotoGuide.com has announced that, after a random selection of entries to the diver survey, Lionel Armitage of Castleford, England is the winner of the Indonesia liveaboard trip with Archipelago Fleet.
Visit DivePhotoGuide.com to see the full list of websites that participated in the survey, and to stay informed about additional promotions and prizes throughout the year…
New York Underwater Photo Society established
Inhabitants of New York interested in underwater photography have a new way to share their passion, the New York Underwater Photo Society (NYUPS). The society is open to individuals of all skill levels, from novice to professional, as well as those who live outside the region, and plans to have speakers featured monthly, with workshops and photo & video contests.
“New York, with our large number of divers and underwater photographers has not had such a forum…until now”, says Jason Heller, NYUPS President. Continue reading for information about the first meeting and to sign up for the society’s newsletter…
Last call for British Underwater Image Festival 2007 entries
January 31, 2007 is the deadline for entries to be received for the 2007 British Underwater Image Festival. The winners of the festival are presented on March 16-18 at the Birmingham NEC as part of the Go Diving! show. Prizes include Suunto dive computers, Sea & Sea strobes, regulators, and additional digital cameras and accessories. Best of all, entry is free, and open to all photographers and videographers!
Continue reading for more details…
The ‘best’ hard drive storage device?
Wetpixel member Mark Hardy has started a discussion about the ‘best’ hard drive storage device, where he compares the Jobo Giga Vu Pro Evolution and the Epson P-5000 after a short time with both of the units.
Mark says: “The Epson generally does everything as fast, if not faster than the Jobo…both units have an 80GB drive and cost virtually the same here in Hong Kong. I have to return the Jobo during my lunch break tomorrow - I will not be returning the Epson!”
Do you have a favorite portable hard drive storage unit? Join in with your thoughts on what to buy for the next trip without a computer…
Review of The Art of Diving, by Nick Hanna and Alex Mustard
I’ve been asked to turn a newspaper article I wrote into a full-length book. I need some images to sprinkle throughout the text. I like your photos. Want to work with me?
Hope all is well,
Of course, I wasn’t copied in on the real email, so I’m forced to imagine the exchange that must’ve occurred between Nick Hanna, diving journalist magnifique, and Alex Mustard, underwater shooter extraordinaire (and Wetpixel co-administrator). However, I’m guessing it went down something like that. Whatever Hanna wrote in his email to Mustard, Mustard said yes, Hanna was pleased, and the result of their collaboration was tremendous: from the endless creative juices of these two aesthetes came the magnificent book, The Art of Diving. Never before has a book about scuba diving been so beautiful, so literate, and so spot on.
Keep reading for the rest of the review…
BOOT 2007 Show Report by Gerard Wijnsma
Wetpixel member Gerard Wijnsma (Cerianthus) visited this year’s BOOT diving show in Düsseldorf, Germany, and followed up with a short report of his experience, and photos of the event.
The general aim was to pick up any fantastic deals, but it was mostly oriented on getting fist-time wetsuits for our novices and look for any interesting tidbits, gadgets or spare parts…and no BOOT visit will be complete without some staring over big yachts some (or most) of us will never afford…
Continue reading for Gerard’s impressions of the underwater photography offerings…
Another member, Nuno Sanches e Silva (Nunomix), also attended the show, and has started a discussion with additional photos from the show’s vendors.
Wetpixel Bahamas Sharks/Dolphins Expeditions, July 2007
Wetpixel is running two charters to the Bahamas this coming July, 2007! The first trip (July 10-21, 2007) is a trip in search of oceanic white-tip sharks; we were successful in 2006, and there’s no reason to think that we won’t be this year. We’ll also be looking for tiger sharks, reef sharks, dolphins, and more. Jim Abernethy, Alex Mustard, Tony Wu, and Eric Cheng will be onboard.
The second (July 23-31, 2007) is a “classic” tigers and dolphins trip, which combines a traditional shark expedition with dolphin experiences and beautiful summer weather. Spots are extremely limited, so book now. Jim Abernethy and Eric Cheng will be on board offering shark photography tips. Continue reading for more details…
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