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Member Since 20 Jan 2004
Offline Last Active Dec 23 2015 08:19 AM

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Drone Footage, totally not dive related but has water...

23 August 2015 - 02:58 PM

Have the Phantom 3 Pro and been playing with it.  Got the ok to use it at a rowing race, a lot of concern about it bothering the athletes so kept it up high and no complaints, in fact a lot of requests for the footage from the rowers.  Not a great pilot but the opening scene of the race venue is pretty amazing for such a little unit, imho.


The rest was shot with the Sony A7II and Tamaron 150-600mm.



Ambon, Banda Sea trip from the Dewi Nustantara

21 August 2015 - 06:29 AM

Great boat, excellent crew and we really like the route. This is the one with island that is home to the sea crates which we could have spent another day with. http://www.dewi-nusantara.com


Highlights; big school of bumphead parrot fish that hung out, mating cuttlefish, sea crates, some great macro, and we missed it but the others saw a mola mola.


Everything shot with the Canon HF G30 or the Sony RX100II






The Flying Snakes of Gili Manuk

05 July 2015 - 10:17 AM

If you have a snake phobia you might what to skip this dive...Not many places were snakes can fly in 3 dimensions.



Would be an interesting lens...15mm f4 Macro Lens.

30 June 2015 - 05:41 AM

Would be an interesting lens underwater, if it could be housed, if I was still shooting a DSLR underwater....





Going from DX - 4/3s - FX - Compact, My Digital De-Evolution

20 May 2015 - 01:24 PM

Something I put together about how I have come to the conclusion a Compact camera is all the camera I need for my underwater shooting.  Covers costs of the different systems, issues with traveling, how many megapixels do you really need. All based on what am I really doing with my photos???  Plus my experience over 200hrs underwater shooting a compact system.


Sorry to lazy to figure out how to post it with photos here, so here is the link: http://www.aquablued...al-de-evolution


A couple of photos from said system and our last trip to Ambon, Indonesia on the Dewi Nusantara