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  1. We can't get enough of Indonesia. Wetpixel is headed to the lush waters of Komodo in Feb/Mar 2014 aboard the luxury live-aboard dive vessel, the Seven Seas. The southern sites of Komodo National Park offer a fantastic mix of healthy coral reefs, huge schools of fish, and interesting macro life. In February and March, the waters in the south are clear and warm—the right conditions for productive underwater photography. We will visit all of the well-known dive sites in southern Komodo, including Manta Alley, Cannibal Rock, Torpedo Point, The Three Sisters, Lankoi, plus many more productive sites, all during a time in which not many other boats frequent Komodo. Wetpixel trips are designed to be photographically productive. We feature unlimited dive times and flexible itineraries, and target advanced divers. If an area is hot, we will sit there and take advantage of it, and you will never be dragged through a dive site by a dive guide. Wetpixel publisher Eric Cheng, editor Adam Hanlon, and photographer Jason Bradley will be available for photography advice and ad-hoc, informal workshops. Guests also frequently learn a lot from each other, and it isn't unusual to make a life-long friend after spending weeks together on a boat! Full details: http://wetpixel.com/i.php/komodo2014
  2. [vimeohd]55360442[/vimeohd] A highlight of Komodo trip from 17-24 NOV 2012. Canon 7D + Nauticam housing + Tokina 10-17 fisheye + 100 L macro + Subsee+10 Lighting:Sola 1200 Vdo,Xit 404 tripod editing in Final Cut Pro X Watch in 720p for the best quality Enjoyed it
  3. Have you ever been on a plane where they show a bunch of underwater scenic reef shots? I have come up with my own short video of similar short scenics set to some soothing music to calm the masses have a look! http://youtu.be/Yub1ub00f-s
  4. A small selection of macro images from another amazing trip to Komodo on the Mermaid 1. All images taken with Canon 5D MKII, Sea and Sea YS250's, Canon 100mm, super macro images with Subsee +10 http://www.flickr.com/photos/26034596@N08/sets/72157631686058345/show/ Enjoy Stew
  5. A small selection of some wide angle work whilst diving Bali and Komodo. Mola Mola images at 33 metres natural light. Iso 1600 and iso 400. Enjoy
  6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4M8B9QkLOM&list=UU0xLw1wpdE5mHWLE3XAV03Q&index=1&feature=plcp This footage is not my own but the Mermaid Liveaboards videogrpher Nu. The footage was all taken from a ten day liveaboard on the Mermaid 1 and just a small snippet of the time we had. Stew
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