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Shooting split shots of icebergs with a custom housing rig Photo

Shooting split shots of icebergs with a custom housing rig

Photographer Steve Mandel used a custom rig for his Canon 5D Mark III to shoot split shots of icebergs during a recent trip to Antarctica. The housing sat at an angle on a bracket at the end of a 7-foot long pole while resting upon custom legs on the side of the zodiac. He used the CamRanger app to control the camera with an iPad mini.

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Video: Argonaut aggregation near the surface Photo

Video: Argonaut aggregation near the surface

Earth Touch News has shared an incredibly rare video of an aggregation of female argonauts, also known as paper nautilus, close to the surface on their Wild Ocean channel. These creatures appear to be very similar to chambered nautilus, but in fact more closely resemble bottom dwelling octopus. Encounters with these animals are very uncommon, and to see a grouping like this is spectacular. (Image from Shutterstock)

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Issue 70 of X-Ray Mag is available Photo

Issue 70 of X-Ray Mag is available

Issue 70 of X-Ray Mag is available to download. Articles in the December edition include diving Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and Ningaloo, Honduras’s Cayos Cochinos, Canada’s BC Wreck Trek and with Tonga’s humpback whales. Imaging specific articles include “Color psychology in underwater photography” and a portfolio of J Paul Fennell’s wood carvings.

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Photo Mechanic and PhotoShelter offer discounts to Wetpixel community Photo

Photo Mechanic and PhotoShelter offer discounts to Wetpixel community

Our friends at Camera Bits have kindly offered 10 vouchers giving Wetpixel community members a 15% discount off the purchase of their excellent Photo Mechanic. In case you are not familiar, Photo Mechanic is a standalone image browser and workflow accelerator that uses the embedded jpegs in RAW files to allow images to be ingested and culled at lightening speed. [PhotoShelter](http://www.photoshelter.com are also still offering their amazing 20% special deal for the Wetpixel community

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Tagged:news, photo mechanic, photoshelter, special offer
COP21 Paris results in historic global agreement Photo

COP21 Paris results in historic global agreement

The United Nations COP21 meeting has just ended and has resulted in the first international agreement to control CO2 emissions. The delegates agreed to enact measures to keep temperature increase below 2°C (3.6°F), to balance emissions and sinks in the second half of this century, to review progress every 5 years and to earmark $100 billion to help developing countries achieve these goals.

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Join Wetpixel in Socorro in 2016 Photo

Join Wetpixel in Socorro in 2016

Mexico’s Revillagigedo Islands are well known for a profusion of pelagic life. Bait balls, hammerhead, whale and silky sharks as well as the possibility of pilot whales make for his adrenaline diving that is also amazingly photographically productive. Join Wetpixel and trip leader Jason Bradley from 8 to 10 June 2016 aboard the Nautilus Belle Amie to dive and capture the amazing scenes.

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Tagged:news, socorro, wetpixel expeditions
RED unveils SCARLET-W Photo

RED unveils SCARLET-W

RED Digital Cinema has announced the release of the SCARLET-W 5K camera. Intended as an upgrade for existing SCARLET DRAGON owners, the camera features integrated mounting points, interchangeable lens mounts, simultaneous REDCODE® RAW and Apple ProRes recording formats, RED’S OLPF system and in-camera 3D LUT outputs, combined with a RED DRAGON sensor.

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Alien Skin releases Exposure X Photo

Alien Skin releases Exposure X

Alien Skin has released their Exposure X non-destructive image sorting and editing app. Images are not imported into Exposure, rather the user simply selects existing images or card off-loads and works on them. It does not require the use of catalogs and places all editing tools in a single workspace, eliminating the need to move between modules.

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