I have started to do "bite sized" films in going through my Raja footage. Otherwise I would be overwhelmed. I will make medium sized and large as well, but those take time and it takes much less time to edit a film on a specific subject.
I am giving people here the link of a film about a damselfish with a remarkable behavior. It is Dascyllus reticulatus. It lives in branching coral, including spectacular specimens of table top coral. Here, I think the species is Acropora pulchra, but I may be wrong about that one. I filmed some Dascyllus in the Misool area in a couple of different locations.
How many of you have seen this wonderful species?
Edited by GeoPaul7, 09 January 2017 - 12:14 PM.