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#1 Segerdahl

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Posted 20 October 2011 - 06:09 AM

Hi,

I have just made an underwater video with my D-SLR Nikon D7000, in which I boiled down the very best of the ca 15-20 dives this summer into 160 seconds.

All scenes are taken in the (murky but exiting) waters of the swedish west coast.

In the movie there are wrecks, nudibranches, fishes, lobsters, divers etc.

As always, I did the filming, editing and composed (etc) the music.

I have uploaded it to a Nikon movie competition. Mine is the only underwater movie in the competition.
I AM UNDERWATER - Nikon Film Festival

(don't try the fullscreen version as it's only a pixel zoom)

It would be great if you would like to watch it, even more fun if you took the time to write a comment and I guess the best would be if you would be nice and give me a high grade (just click on the star to the very right, 5 star ;-)).


Thanks,
Peter Segerdahl
Nikon D7000, Ikelite housing and strobes, SOLA 1200 video lights.

#2 Chakawa

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Posted 20 October 2011 - 01:47 PM

Hi,

I have just made an underwater video with my D-SLR Nikon D7000, in which I boiled down the very best of the ca 15-20 dives this summer into 160 seconds.

All scenes are taken in the (murky but exiting) waters of the swedish west coast.

In the movie there are wrecks, nudibranches, fishes, lobsters, divers etc.

As always, I did the filming, editing and composed (etc) the music.

I have uploaded it to a Nikon movie competition. Mine is the only underwater movie in the competition.
I AM UNDERWATER - Nikon Film Festival

(don't try the fullscreen version as it's only a pixel zoom)

It would be great if you would like to watch it, even more fun if you took the time to write a comment and I guess the best would be if you would be nice and give me a high grade (just click on the star to the very right, 5 star ;-)).


Thanks,
Peter Segerdahl



Hi Peter,
Great little film. What lens were you using ? and what lighting set-up please ?
Thanks,
Christophe

#3 Nick Hope

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Posted 21 October 2011 - 12:38 AM

Nice video Peter. I especially like the wide shots of the little wreck.

Interesting that you composed your own music too, and it's pretty good!

#4 Segerdahl

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Posted 21 October 2011 - 02:01 AM

Hi Peter,
Great little film. What lens were you using ? and what lighting set-up please ?
Thanks,
Christophe


Hi Christophe,

Thanks!

Tons of lenses and tons of lightning set-up... I'm still experimenting and trying all kinds of things.

Lenses:
60mm macro,
17-70mm makro,
10-17 fisheye,
10.5mm fisheye

Lightning:
Natural/Sun
Fisheye FIXLED 1000 + 2 DS 161 lights
Fisheye FIXLED 1000
Divelight
2 Sola 1200
Nikon D7000, Ikelite housing and strobes, SOLA 1200 video lights.

#5 Segerdahl

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Posted 21 October 2011 - 02:04 AM

Nice video Peter. I especially like the wide shots of the little wreck.

Interesting that you composed your own music too, and it's pretty good!


Thanks alot!
Nikon D7000, Ikelite housing and strobes, SOLA 1200 video lights.

#6 Weiry

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Posted 21 October 2011 - 03:20 PM

Great work I enjoyed watching your work. Shooting was nice and steady too. Well done. Keep them coming!

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Posted 04 November 2011 - 08:05 PM

Gone?