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RIP "Doc" Gruber

25 April 2019 - 11:52 AM

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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dr. Samuel "Doc" Gruber, founder of the Bimini Biological Field Station on Thursday 18 April. Doc was a shark biologist and founder of the American Elasmobranch Society. He was a Professor at the University of Miami and a recognized authority on shark science, having completed 49 Atlantic research cruises and over 170 scientific publications. The Wetpixel community sends our thoughts and prayers to his family and friends/

 

Please feel free to use this thread to share thoughts, memories and images. The Sharklab will be creating a memoir book and we will submit any posts on here to this too.

 

 


Help needed...Wetpixel dev (paying job!)

15 April 2019 - 11:53 PM

Hi all,

 

I am looking for a member of our community that can help me develop and update the site infrastructure. This will be a paying job.

 

The individual will need to be familiar at code level with Invision IP board and Expression Engine.

 

If you can do it, please drop me a PM!

 

All the best

 

Adam

 

 


Wetpixel Cave Photography Workshop

16 March 2019 - 02:04 PM

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Join WetpixelTom St George and Under the Jungle from 11 to 18 July 2020 for a unique opportunity to capture amazing images in Mexico's fantastic caves and cenotes. We are running a 6-day intensive workshop, with the aim of capturing some memorable images.

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These caves offer an ideal environment to capture stunning images, with a wide variety of options to allow for people with different experience and qualifications. We will be working in very small groups to ensure that everyone gets to maximize imaging opportunities.

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Full details are on the trip's page: http://wetpixel.com/i.php/caves20/ or you can PM/email Adam.

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Nikon Z series lens road map

12 January 2019 - 10:52 AM

Hi all,

 

Nikon released their updated roadmap for lens development with their Z series mirrorless full frame camera at the CES show.

 

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Sadly, there are no (announced) plans for either macro or fisheye lenses in the next 3 years. Of course, existing F mount lenses can be used with the FTZ lens adapter. It is hard to know how or if this will affect IQ or performance.

 

Adam


RIP Dean Burman

05 January 2019 - 02:07 PM

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Dear Wetpixel community,

 

It is with tremendous sadness that I share the news that Wetpixel member and contributor Dean Burman (DeanB) suddenly passed away on New Year's day. Dean was a filmmaker, with numerous film credits including a film featuring some amazing behavior footage of pike in an award-winning short film called "Lair of the Water Wolf." His input into the Wetpixel forums was immense, with over 3,000 posts and he was always prepared to offer support, encouragement, and advice both on and offline. It is true to say that he was often the life and soul of the party but he was also a thinker, deeply concerned about the plight of our natural world and issues of social justice.

I remember many wonderful interactions with Dean over the years. He had the enviable attribute of being able to make serious points while keeping the conversation light-hearted. During one conversation, we were moaning about equipment issues but his sense of humor meant that we both ended up in fits of laughter! 

 

Dean is survived by his daughter and parents and our hearts go out to them along with his many other friends at what must be a devastating time. 

 

Please feel free to share thoughts, memories, and images of Dean in this thread.

 

Go well, Dean...