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Following on from my serialisation, here is my full 90-minute documentary about the marine life of the Lembeh Strait in Indonesia. Subtitles are available for both the narration and the names of the marine species and dive sites. If you disagree or wish to add to any of the content, do please comment. Feedback is always appreciated. Feel free to share and embed anywhere. Enjoy!
In September 2007 I took my old Sony HVR-Z1P to the Lembeh Strait for 9 days and came back with a ridiculous amount of footage of a ludicrous number of critters. Six and a half years later, I've finally made a documentary of it. Speed of post-production is not one of my strengths Last year I posted a prologue video. Now, finally, here is the first episode, which introduces Lembeh's location at the heart of the Coral Triangle, and takes a look at corals and tunicates. If it's OK, I'll post future weekly episodes on this thread. The camera was in a Light & Motion Bluefin HD housing with a flat port, and I used a Century +3.5 achromatic diopter for most of the macro shots. I used Light & Motion Elite (halogen) lights on most shots. As always, honest feedback is welcome - positive, neutral or negative.
Hanging with the giant manta rays of Thailand's Koh Bon, Hin Daeng and Richelieu Rock. Huge thanks to Solidtrax for the music, "Are We Dreaming". Find them at http://soundcloud.com/solidtrax and https://twitter.com/Solidtrax As always, it looks best at 720p HD in a big window or full screen. All feedback welcome! [youtubehd]kK_hJZo-7-k[/youtubehd]
I decided to release my 116-minute documentary about the marine life of Thailand and Burma in its entirety on YouTube. This was a real labour of love for me, and represents a pretty big chunk of my life, so I thought I'd give it its own thread rather than tacking it to the end of my thread about the series. I hope that's OK. Feel free to share and embed it anywhere. It looks best at 720p, and there are a number of closed caption options under the CC button including the names of all the species and dive sites. Enjoy! [youtubehd]8ncUVddkK3Q[/youtubehd]