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Sylvia Earle’s Mission Blue available on Netflix Photo

Sylvia Earle’s Mission Blue available on Netflix

Dr Sylvia Earle’s biography and call to action, Mission Blue, has now been released on Netflix. The film traces Sylvia’s life of wonder and exploration, and her dedication to awakening the world to the need to give the ocean time and space to recover. The purpose of the film is to encourage people to act on the looming crisis that will, eventually, destroy the oceans and hence radically affect life on earth.

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Diving into a new camera system Photo

Diving into a new camera system

Dan Beecham, along with Charles Maxwell talk about their choice of the Sony F55 camera for underwater use. They highlight the advantages of shooting both 4K and in a RAW format as well as how faithful the camera’s colorimetry is underwater. The article first appeared in the latest issue of Sony CineAlta magazine and was supplied to Wetpixel by Gates Underwater Product’s John Ellerbrock.

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Wetpixel Oceanic Whitetips 2015 Photo

Wetpixel Oceanic Whitetips 2015

Wetpixel will be visiting Cat Island, Bahamas in 2015 to photograph, film and interact with the amazing oceanic whitetip sharks (Carcharhinus longimanus) that are in the area during May and April. The trip will run from 12-18 April and we will be hosted by Epic Diving, who are well known for providing amazing, reliable and safe interactions with these amazing animals.

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BBC offers underwater camera operator bursary Photo

BBC offers underwater camera operator bursary

The BBC is advertising a bursary to develop an individual as an underwater camera operator. The successful applicant will need a strong diving background and ideally will already be shooting underwater in 4K. He or she will be a part of the OCEAN production team, which is the next series in the Blue Planet and Planet Earth stable of programs. Filming is due to commence in January 2015.

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