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Freeze Frame: The Power of a Bigger Tank Photo

Freeze Frame: The Power of a Bigger Tank

In his Freeze Frame column, award winning filmmaker Evan Sherman points out that one simple way to increase your productivity when capturing imagery underwater is ti use a bigger tank. He also notes that it gives a greater safety margin and gives him greater buffer for contingencies.

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Freeze Frame: Electricity Photo

Freeze Frame: Electricity

In this month’s Freeze Frame, award winning underwater filmmaker Evan Sherman discusses how simple tools can safeguard vulnerable camera or equipment electronics. He notes that without power, all our sophisticated imaging equipment is rendered pretty much useless.

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Freeze Frame: Tipping at the start Photo

Freeze Frame: Tipping at the start

Earlier this week, Wetpixel introduced Freeze Frame, a monthly column written by award winning underwater filmmaker Evan Sherman. In his first column, Evan discusses what may seem a novel concept; tipping at the beginning of a trip or assignment as opposed to doing so at the end.

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Freeze Frame: Introduction Photo

Freeze Frame: Introduction

Wetpixel are proud to introduce Freeze Frame; an exclusive new monthly column by award winning underwater filmmaker Evan Sherman. He will be writing about the tips and tricks that make image and video creation work in some of the most extreme and remote locations in the world. In this first installment, Evan outlines his philosophy in the “battle” to “win the image-making war.”

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Video: The Not So Silent World by Evan Sherman Photo

Video: The Not So Silent World by Evan Sherman

Evan Sherman has produced an amazing short film featuring the macro life of Tulamben, Indonesia. He combines super macro filming, with a post processing approach that incorporates the use of sound effects to interpret the noises the animals might be making. The title is a nod to Jacques Cousteau’s Silent World series of films and books.

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