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Found 19 results

  1. Hi, Im heading to Anilao, would it be wise to take with me fish eye lenses and 8inch dome ports? Would it be a waste of luggage space of can be of necessity there? Please guide.
  2. My new video of small critters from the Lembeh Strait and Anilao. Filmed with a Panasonic GH4 in a Nauticam NA-GH4 housing with either 2 x Keldan Luna 4X lights or 2 x FIX Neo 1000 DX SW II lights. I used an Olympus M.Zuiko ED 12-50mm f3.5-6.3 EZ lens and a Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 60mm f/2.8 macro lens. On some shots I used a Nauticam Compact Macro Converter CMC-1. Xit404 tripod. The UHD footage was downsampled to 1920x1080, allowing me to crop and zoom. Only the wonderpus shot was stabilized. All feedback is welcome. Particularly, are there any weak shots, or uncomfortable edits? I may submit a refined version to a festival or two.
  3. Hello all, I was fortunate to get my hands on a 1dx mark II a few weeks ago, along with an underwater housing for it. Did a last minute trip to the Philippines to test this out. It is a short video, and I did a mix of macro and wide angle. I used the 100mm F2.8L and some shots with a +10 diopter on it. For Wide angle I used the 16-35mm F4L. Make sure to choose 4k on the playback options. Or Vimeo I severely underestimated what the move to 4k was going to bring. The amount of resources both from a speed and storage standpoint is massive. After 40 dives, I came back with about 3.5TB worth of data. Almost all of these shots were shot 4k and 60p, played back at 30p. Let me know what you think! Enjoy, Dustin
  4. The first and second workshops were a huge success, so we're headed back to Crystal Blue Resort in Anilao from March 2-12, 2016. Hope you can join us for some of the best critter diving in the Philippines. You can view some of the images from the 2nd workshop here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.930857840295029.1073741825.122733201107501 For more information please visit our website: http://underwatercolours.com/anilao_photo_workshop.html Contact Bonnie Pelnar for more information.
  5. A clip of my recent trip to Anilao in May. It was shot on my GH4 and I uploaded it in 4K but unfortunately YouTube has done a pretty poor processing job at lower resolutions especially on the Anthias at about 0:21 https://youtu.be/qQ6rM6QViVg I experimented with some small zooms and pans in post. The one of the pink frogfish might be a little overdone but the others seem to have worked out OK. What do you think? Cheers Steve
  6. Here are some of our favorite Anilao dive sites... Coconut, Arthurs, Daryl Laut, Bethlehem, etc. Shot via drone this May. Aerial Views of Anilao Enjoy this new perspective on our favorite macro destination in the Philippines!
  7. A very short macro video of saddleback clownfish, Amphiprion polymnus, tending to their eggs at Bethlehem near Anilao. Shot with the with my Panasonic GH4 in a Nauticam NA-GH4 housing. I used an Olympus M.Zuiko ED 12-50mm f3.5-6.3 EZ lens. I can't wait to get my Olympus 60mm macro lens on some clownfish eggs. I'm really enjoying the panning/cropping/zooming capability that the 4K gives me when publishing in 1080p. The most close-up shot here (at 0:43) is just a straight crop down to 1080p.
  8. Not quite sure what happened here... Wanted to try something different and it turned into this pompous piece. Coleman shrimps (Periclimenes colemani), urchin shrimps (Allopontonia brockii), and zebra crabs (Zebrida adamsii) live and travel on fire urchins (Asthenosoma varium) in Anilao, Philippines. Shot with my Panasonic GH4 in a Nauticam NA-GH4 housing. I used an Olympus M.Zuiko ED 12-50mm f3.5-6.3 EZ lens and 60mm f2.8 macro lens. Err... feedback welcome... I think...
  9. A silly little video of a small school of saddleback clownfish, Amphiprion polymnus, in the shallows in Anilao, the Philippines. Shot with my Panasonic GH4 and Olympus 12-50mm f/3.5-6.3 ED M.Zuiko EZ lens in Nauticam housing. First underwater video I've published that was shot since 2008.
  10. Hello Everyone, I put together some clips of several Octopuses that I encountered during some night dives in the Philippines. Make sure to play in HD! Let me know what you think. Enjoy! Dustin https://vimeo.com/95510899 Or Youtube
  11. HI everyone, I wanted to share my latest video I put together. It is from a night dive, where I had a friendly cuttlefish hang out with me for 45 minutes using my lights to hunt. It was great fun to watch. I hope you enjoy. Please feel free to comment or make recommendations. Dustin
  12. Hello all, I would like to share another short film I made from my Anilao trip. This time focusing just on the beautiful and colorful nudibranchs. Let me know what you think. Please feel free to share any critiques or other comments as well. I hope you enjoy it! Dustin Or for Youtubers
  13. Hello everyone, Thought I would share my latest from Anilao Philippines. I love shooting macro! Let me know what improvements I could make, or general comments are always welcome as well. I hope you enjoy. https://vimeo.com/82585520 Or for those that prefer Youtube Dustin
  14. https://vimeo.com/80434354 Hello Everyone, I put together this short video of a Nudibranch eating another Nudibranch. It really is pretty crazy. I didn't even know they did this. Let me know what you think. Hope you enjoy. Dustin
  15. I am very pleased to announce that both LIGHT & MOTION and NIGHTSEA will be sponsoring the Dive4Photos Anilao Photo Workshop, being held at Crystal Blue Dive Resort from 26th February to 7th Match 2014. Workshop participants will now have FREE use of Sola Nightsea fluorescent lights, provided by Light & Motion, and Nightsea will provide a selection of strobe 'Excitation', camera 'Barrier' filters and mask visors. Ties Lahlali of www.UVDiveKohTao.com will be on hand armed with additional Nightsea BlueStar lights, as well as marker lights for each diver, for additional safety. So we are well and truly set-up for some amazing fluo-diving and photography! And that's not even mentioning the abundance of cool critters to be found around Anilao for the three daytime photo-dives! So why not join Alex Tyrrell, Mike Bartick & Ties Lahlali at Crystal Blue in Anilao next year? For further info please see http://www.dive4photos.com/Photo-Workshops/Anilao-Photo-Workshop.html or email alex@dive4photos.
  16. Last month we made our second trip to Anilao - this time with a group of 15 photographers! Anilao as always delivered the goods with plenty of critters and some good wide angle opportunities too! Credit has to go to Anilao's guides though - they make the destination world-class allowing long bottom times and finding all the critters so we can fire away with our cameras! There's a full trip report plus the results of our Anilao photo competition on our website Here's one of our favourites!
  17. Anilao Group Trip - at Crystal Blue Resort - Home of Mike Bartick! Trip date: 6-16 April 2013 Price: $1,875 per person (twin/double room) or $2,350 (single room) Price includes 10 nights accomodation, 27 Nitrox dives, all meals, transfers, marine life presentations & photo competition! We only have 2 spaces left on this trip!! For full trip details and to book visit: http://www.equatordiving.com/anilao_group_trip.html
  18. My girlfriend and I are considering a 2+ week trip to the Philippines this Sept/Oct. Will be the 1st time for both of us. Was thinking Anilao and then a more Pelagic friendly destination. Few questions for people in the know: 1) Is it OK to go and dive this time of the year? It seems that this will be during the monsoon season... Is it miserably wet? Is vis affected too much? 2) Can anyone recommend any good resorts? Seems like Club Ocellaris is the place to be in Anilao... 3) What Pelagic site would be best this time of year? Malapascua looks good... September was mentioned as "Manta Month" in 1 article I read. Thanks for any help! Jay
  19. Has anyone stayed at either Club Ocellaris or Aqua Ventures in Anilao? Thinking of going in about a month, so will still be the wet season there. Any color regarding the quality of diving, accomodation, and food would be appreciated. Do their locations limit their diving in anyway relative to other resorts in the area given geography or weather? Trying to decide between these two but if you have any other thoughts on other resorts, would appreciate that as well. Thanks!
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