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  1. This spring I went to the Bahamas aboard Dolphin Dive. We dove off of Tiger Beach. We spent 8 days there!! Had a great trip. Here are some pics from the trip: Here is a link to the rest of the pics: https://www.seansydnorphotography.com/p606434102
  2. Trip Report from my March 2019 Tiger Beach Diving Adventure Please enjoy the images and story http://www.gregorysweeney.photography/?p=5442
  3. Tiger Beach and Wild Dolphins Combo trip to The Bahamas MV Dolphin Dream II May 18-25, 2018 $3750 pp dbl occ (two cabins with a total of 4 spaces left) Join Mauricio Handler on this extended combo expedition to photograph and film Sharks and wild Dolphin pods in the Bahamas. Tiger Beach Sharks (Tigers, Lemons, Hammerheads and Reef Sharks) Plus Wild Bahamas Bank Dolphin Pod encounters during the day and hunting on Flying fish and squid at night! We leave from West Palm Beach. No Air travel to the Bahamas required. One on one technical and creative support by mauricio. Contact Mauricio for details: mauricio@handlerphoto.com 207-504-0733 www.aquaterrafilms.com
  4. Just got back with my first outing with my A7Rii with Nauticam housing and Sea & Sea YS-D1 strobes. I'm a complete newbie when it comes to underwater photography (especially with strobes) but have been reading a lot and also am surrounded with camera in my day to day job. I used to futz around with a 5D and split level / surf photography.. this is my first outing using a housing while scuba diving at the same time. Would love some feedback. Here's a flickr album with a few of them. https://flic.kr/s/aHskz7kjSa
  5. Snorkel and free dive with wild dolphin pods in the crystal blue and warm waters of the Bahamas. Spend a week on a live aboard interacting with dolphin pods with one of the most experienced and successful captains (over 25 years experience) The dolphins engage with swimmers and photographers for exceptional images sometimes playing a game of tag or swimming acrobatics with the human swimmers. The boat is comfortable and serves plentiful and delicious food We see two species of dolphins: Atlantic Spotted Dolphins Bottlenose Dolphins The boat is limited to 10 guests and only 3 spaces remain Contact me for details and price. sweeneynz@gmail.com
  6. After a break of a few years, Wetpixel will be returning to the Bahamas and Tiger beach in 2015. The Bahamas is still the choice destination for shark diving and photographically offers the best opportunity for creating truly memorable images. As always, the Wetpixel trip will concentrate on providing excellent potential subjects for underwater image makers. The trip runs from 4-10 January and we will be land based in Freeport and diving with Epic Diving each day. For full details, please view the trips's page on Wetpixel Expeditions.
  7. Considering doing a Tiger Shark Diving liveaboard trip in May in the Bahamas. Anyone have any experience with http://www.sharkdiver.com/ ? Is this a good time of the year to go? Thanks!
  8. Hello all: Looking at doing the Shear Water Jim Abernathy boat to do the Tiger Beach and Dolphin itinerary This will be my wife and I's first time doing this trip, and was wondering if there was any recommendations people had, for both the Sharks and the Dolphins portion of the trip? One question, my wife had...was for the Dolphins. Do people normal take strobes? Or does this cause too much drag for snorkeling? My wife and I are looking into going on the May 27th sailing. This sailing was originally for their Oceanic White Tip trip, but they didn't get any interest, so they switched over to the classic Sharks and Dolphins Itinerary. If anyone is interested, this might be a good opportunity for a last minute, Memorial week trip, and not have the boat completely full. However, we are currently the only 2 people booked. And need a total of 6. So 4 more people need to join on. They said they would cancel the trip if they don't have that by April 27th. Thanks in advance. Dustin
  9. I was digging through some footage today and found this old clip of a tiger shark with Alex Mustard and Laz Ruda. Fun! I haven't been on a proper shark dive in way too long.
  10. Has anyone done this tiger shark dive through Stuart Cove? Could you tell me a little about it? thanks...
  11. As shocking as it may sound and especially given all my shark film work, I had never seen an Oceanic White Tip shark in wild until my trip with Jim Abernethy this past June. Sadly, I had seen many Oceanic White Tip fins throughout the fisheries of Asia. When one considers that Oceanic White Tips have seen 90% to 99% declines in past few decade, it is not surprising we don’t see them much anymore. Perhaps the most exciting encounter occurred out in the open ocean in several thousand feet of water, when we dropped into a pod of pilot whales. As a dozen pilot whales swam past and below us, a curious Oceanic White Tip suddenly appeared and made a beeline for me. My heart raced because I felt quite vulnerable bobbing on the surface in just my bathing suit and snorkel gear. For a fleeting moment I wondered, " Am I going to become a statistic in the shark attack files"? But that thought evaporated immediately when the shark reached me. Contrary to popular myth, the shark was only curious and not the vicious beast it has been made out to be. I came right up to my camera, glanced into my dome to investigate what this strange creature was, then slowly drifted off into the blue, continuing its pursuit of the pod of pilot whales. JOURNAL and IMAGES
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