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ADEX 2013 show report Photo

ADEX 2013 show report

This year’s Asian Dive Expo was held from 19 to 22 April at the Sands Convention Center, Singapore. Wetpixel was on hand to cover the latest in underwater imaging, and the show did not disappoint. There were quite a lot of new housings with a focus on the big cameras. The Arri Alexa, Red Epic/Scarlet, Sony F55 all had housings, even the Leica S3 had a housing. It was a rather exciting show for videographers. Read on to see exclusive pictures of the latest housings.

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Happy Earth Day Photo

Happy Earth Day

Wishing the Wetpixel community a happy Earth Day! Whatever you are doing today, we hope that some part of it is for the good of the earth.

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Abi Smigel Mullens appointed as Wetpixel Associate Editor Photo

Abi Smigel Mullens appointed as Wetpixel Associate Editor

We would like to welcome Abi Smigel Mullens as an Associate Editor. She has been a moderator of our community for some time, and has worked closely with Eric, Alex and Adam over several shows. For those who haven’t met her yet, she is a San Francisco based photographer who specializes in underwater images of kids through her business, Sea Star Underwater Portraits as well as more conventional underwater imagery.

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Wetpixel @ ADEX 2013 Photo

Wetpixel @ ADEX 2013

The ADEX show kicks off on 19 April in the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. If you are around for the first day, please join Scubacam and Wetpixel for the Full Frame Drinks and Eats Party at Verve Pizza Bar at 8.30. These parties have a great mingling of both professional camera people to avid amateur enthusiasts and they usually carry on till late. We also plan to run full reports from ADEX throughout the show.

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Wetpixel Southern Channel Islands trip Photo

Wetpixel Southern Channel Islands trip

Join Eric Cheng and Jason Bradley for the Wetpixel Southern Channel Islands trip and spend a weekend of superb underwater photography in California’s Southern Channel Islands. The trip will target Catalina and Santa Barbara Islands to dive and photograph sea lions, California’s majestic kelp forests, giant black sea bass, and more. It will depart Santa Barbara on the evening of Friday 1 November and return on 5 November.

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