Interview with Eric Cheng
Posted 23 July 2006 - 01:19 PM
Here in San Diego, a bunch of us meet monthly to share tips, questions, show footage and (hopefully) improve our work. (Kind of like here on WetPixel!) So I'm always interested in hearing how others approach issues in underwater video like white balance and (my big challenge) camera stabilization.
I learned some things from the interview with Eric, as I do from many other imagers. Hope you enjoy this podcast (and don't razz Eric *too* much for his interview!?)
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Posted 23 July 2006 - 10:16 PM
nicely down mary
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Posted 24 July 2006 - 02:30 AM
What he doesn't mention is that he can hide behind his big video housing when the big sharks come along!
Posted 24 July 2006 - 01:16 PM
Very well done, and Eric was great choosing his words carefully and succinctly
Wagsy, that IS how Eric combs his hair when he hasn't shaved his head for extended salt water immersion.....LOL
Peacedog, one trip on the Shearwater and you, too, can be that close to sharks (and have those appendages It ain't rocket science but it sure is fun.
Wish I was near San Diego as I need to find one place liieyour group to learn about video. Seems it's changing as fast as digital stills and hard to keep up with....
Keep those Podcasts coming!