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Hawai’i Blackwater Guide Available for Pre-Order Photo

Hawai’i Blackwater Guide Available for Pre-Order

A Field Guide to Blackwater Diving in Hawai‘i by Jeff Milisen is available to pre-order now. It has images and descriptions of over 300 blackwater species accompanied by the author’s own observations. Jeff describes his goal as: “Each epipelagic creature is given five minutes in the spotlight to explore a little of what we know about them.”

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Wetpixel Live: Blackwater Photography with Mike Bartick Photo

Wetpixel Live: Blackwater Photography with Mike Bartick

Blackwater photography is a genre of underwater imaging that has achieved some prominence recently. Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon chats to pro photographer and Manager of Crystal Blue Resort, Anilao Mike Bartick about what blackwater photography is, how to set it up, and some key diving skills needed to capture these amazing images.

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Video: Diving into the Unknown Galaxy by Fan Ping Photo

Video: Diving into the Unknown Galaxy by Fan Ping

Filmmaker Fan Ping has shared a beautiful short film entitled “Diving into the Unknown Galaxy” which documents his friend Songda Cai’s obsession with capturing blackwater images. It was filmed in Anilao, the Philippines last May, on a RED Helium with a Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 II.

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Blackwater diving featured on Wired Photo

Blackwater diving featured on Wired

Wired has just published an article featuring blackwater diving and the peculiar animals that make it so intriguing to underwater photographers. Scott “Gutsy” Tuason is interviewed in the article and his imagery is highlighted in a gallery of images accompanying the article. Blackwater diving has become more and more popular in recent years with underwater photographers as it offers new subjects and constant variation every single night in the single largest migration on earth.

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