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DavidG

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  • Birthday 02/07/1975

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    Turks & Caicos Islands

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    Nikon D300
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    Subal ND30
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    Inon and Ikelite
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  1. Hi Tom, The Tokina 10-17mm will work perfect for the whales there. On 2003 I worked on a liveabord and we did 12 weeks there, it was amazing and some whales will come very close. Regards
  2. Thanks Tim, I just want to get a smaller port for traveling and I think the smaller port will give me the option to move the strobes forward a little more than DP-FE for new angles. Thanks
  3. Hi everyone, I have been using the Subal DP-FE dome port for a few years and I love it, especially for split photography with my Tokina 10-17 but I thought it was about time to get a smaller one for traveling. I'm not sure if I should get the Subal DP-100 dome port or the Zen DP-100? Does anyone know what's the difference between the two ports? The Subal port is a little cheaper than the Zen. Thanks David
  4. Does any one has a Subal ND30 for sell? Thanks David
  5. I'm glad you had a great time in Grand Turk. I used to work in Grand Turk in 2003 for the only liveaboard that was there. I love the wall diving. The only thing I don't really like about Grand Turk now is that they have the cruise ships stopping there every day. It's a quite island until the cruise ships arrive :-) If you think Grand Turk is quite then next time you should go to Salt Cay. No more than hundred people live there and the diving is amazing too :-)
  6. When I dove with them they included all the dive equipment but they didn't include dive computers. Yes, Air Tahity are very extrict with the weight limit with carryons. Mine was over the weight limit and they didin't let me take it inside the plane with me. I told them it was photography equipment so the told me to take it with me and once I was near the plane I gave it to a staff member that put it in a different compartment. The sailfish was incredible. Fakara has some incredible dive sites. If you dive with Fakarava Dive Center, be sure to let tem know that you want to go to the South Pass. They need a minimum of people to go there. Is a long boat ride from the noth shore to get there.
  7. I was there last year and I dove with Fakarava Dive Center. This company is run by a swiss couple and they don't take more than six divers. I don't know much about Top Dive Fakarava but I didn't have very good experience with the same company in Bora Bora. This is the biggest dive company in French Polynesia and I think sometime they care more about running more trips during the day than giving freedom to their divers. Fakarava has some incredible dives, specially the south pass but the north pass is amazing too. During my fist dive on the north pass we had a sailfish during the safety stop. You can see some images on my blog. http://worldofoceans.com/wordpress/diving-fakarava-atoll-french-polynesia/ Regards David
  8. Their planes are quite small and don't have much space inside to put any big carryons. If you carryon doesn't fit under the seat they might not let you take it with you and you might have to check it. In the past I told them that I had photography gear and they let me put inside the plane. They have never weight my carryon before.
  9. Thanks for the comments. Most of the photos were taken with a Canon 16-35mm and some with the tokina 10-17mm.
  10. Sorry, this is the correct link to view the rest of the images http://www.brilliant.tc/general/underwater-fashion-photography-in-the-turks-and-caicos/
  11. After lots of planning and waiting to get the right equipment I finally did my first undrewater fashion shoot in a swimming pool. It was hard work and I spend quite a few hours in the pool but it was a great experinece. Here are couple images from the shoot and you can see the rest on our blog. http://www.brilliant.tc/underwater-fashion-photography-in-the-turks-and-caicos/
  12. Here are a few images from my recent trip to Fakarava, French Polynesia. Some of the best dives I have ever done, especially at the south pass of Fakarava where you can see hundreds of sharks hovering over the wall. You can see the rest on my blog. http://worldofoceans...ench-polynesia/ Thanks David
  13. I have been living in the Turks & Caicos Islands for the last twelve years and I have always love the diving and the beautiful beaches. The main advertisement of the islands is " beautiful by nature". The tourist board here has spend years promoting this and now they trying to do this? But recently the Turks & Caicos Goverment has granted a Jamaican company to open a dolphin park in Providenciales. This islands have been famous for a wild dolphin name Jo Jo that can be found sometimes swimming around the north shore of Providenciales. Everyone is very upset here but our goverment don't seen to care to much about it. Please help us signing this petition, we need as many signatures as possible. Thanks http://www.thepetitionsite.com/949/718/490/say-no-to-captive-dolphins-in-the-turks-and-caicos-keep-dolphins-in-the-blue/
  14. Hi everone, I'm looking to do a trip to the Bahamas to photograph the wild dolphins and I found this company online dolphinexpeditions.com. Has anyone use this company before? Thanks David Gallardo
  15. Hi Scubavid, The operation was good, the were a few things that I wasn't too happy but the diving was so good that it compensate it at the end. I spent my week on their smallest liveaboard they have. Most of the dives are done from the main boat but I think we did a few using one of their smaller boats. They have a floating hotel and it looks great and very spacious but all the dives are done using smaller boats.
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