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Blue Screen Productions

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About Blue Screen Productions

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    Singapore
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    Canon 600D
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    Ikelite
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  1. Thanks guys, not sure what effect plastics have on mantas. The rubbish management in Bali is non existent, they will only fix it once it actually effects their tourism.
  2. Thanks Giles, regardless of the rubbish I still highly recommend the manta dive at Nusa Penida.
  3. Glad you enjoyed the video, we mightve have arrived during the heavy rubbish season on Bali but the rubbish was there almost everyday in varying quantities.
  4. This movie was filmed during a trip to Bali (Lembongan), Indonesia in 2012. My girlfriend and I dived and snorkelled several times at a location called "Manta Bay" off the adjacent island of Nusa Penida. The Manta Rays congregate there to feed and mingle, however they are joined by a large collection of rubbish from the nearby island of Bali. The rubbish is so dense that it regularly enters the mantas mouths while they are trying to feed. This movie was created to not only exhibit the beauty of the Manta Rays of Nusa Penida but also to demonstrate the excessive garbage problem now hindering the coastlines surrounding Bali. Watch in HD Filmed: Nicholas Hart Edited: Nicholas Hart and Susan Tong Camera: Canon 600D Lens: Tokina 10-17mm Housing: Ikelite Song: Billy Joel - And So It Goes Special Thanks to Scooby Doo Hotel and Lembongan Dive Center. Blue Screen Productions 2013
  5. Does the lack of image stabilisation affect using this lens for macro?
  6. Are shark encounters still regular in Rangiroa? Is shark fishing common place?
  7. What is the cost of silver banks or tonga whale trips generally? Which is generally cheaper
  8. "They value the life of an octopus and they are threatening a family" Tha octopus is more intelligent, rarer and more important than he is. IMO
  9. Surely there is a scientific permit that you could apply for to do chumming for tagging and research
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