Half-water and long exposure.
Thailnd. Sail Rock.
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I've posted my latest video, "View from the Rinse Bucket" on YouTube. It was shown at the San Diego UnderSea Film Exhibition last Saturday. If an underwater camera could talk, this is what it might say:
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Posted by DeanB on 18 July 2012 - 11:21 PM
All right, so they are laying on the reef.
All those who are crying about this should also get on your horse and whine about Doubilet's movement of nudies several years ago in the Geographic article.
Considering the contribution of all named in this thread, including Cousin Jones, I feel if they want to lay on the reef, then let them!
Let those without sin cast the first stone!
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I just felt an urge to comment on the exceptional skills, knowledge, helpfulness, comraderie, and general quality of information posted by the wetpixel community. I guess we all have come to expect this but it is becoming a rare thing to find on the net, with many photography sites being particularly nasty, empty-minded or just congratulatory.
Kudos to all
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