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  1. In August I went for two weeks to Palau. I mainly wanted to shoot at the Jellyfish, were I spent 4 days. You can find a trip report on my website wild-places-com. I used two different cameras on this trip: a Nikon 1 AW1 with the kit zoom lens and my Nikon D800E in a Seacam underwater housing with the Superdome and the Zeiss 21mm lens and the Sigma 15mm fisheye lens. The images I got from the AW1 were surprisingly good. The dynamic range and high iso performance of the AW1 is (as expected) clearly not as good as the D800E but with enough light the difference between the D800 images and the AW1 images is very small, which says a lot about the quality of this little camera. I will not hesitate to just take the AW1 on some future underwater photography trips, especially if there are some serious constraints regarding size and weight of my equipment. Here are some images from my trip to Palau. C&C welcome. Boris #1 (Nikon D800E, Sigma 15mm FE, f/11): Palau_05_DSC2019 by Wild_Places, on Flickr #2 (Nikon 1 AW1, 11-27.5mm @11mm, f/5.6): Palau_06_DSC1091 by Wild_Places, on Flickr #3 (Nikon 1 AW1, 11-27.5mm @11mm, f/5.6): Palau_07_DSC1196 by Wild_Places, on Flickr #4 (Nikon 1 AW1, 11-27.5mm @11mm, f/5.6): Palau_08_DSC1237 by Wild_Places, on Flickr #5 (Nikon 1 AW1, 11-27.5mm @11mm, f/5.6): Palau_09_DSC1310 by Wild_Places, on Flickr #6 (Nikon 1 AW1, 11-27.5mm @11mm, f/5.6): Palau_10_DSC1322 by Wild_Places, on Flickr #7 (Nikon 1 AW1, 11-27.5mm @11mm, f/5.6): Palau_11_DSC1353 by Wild_Places, on Flickr #8 (Nikon 1 AW1, 11-27.5mm @22.6mm, f/5.6): Palau_12_DSC1376 by Wild_Places, on Flickr #9 (Nikon 1 AW1, 11-27.5mm @11mm, f/5.6): Palau_13_DSC1420 by Wild_Places, on Flickr #10 (Nikon D800E, Sigma 15mm FE, f/11): Palau_14_DSC2099 by Wild_Places, on Flickr
  2. Hey Everyone, Just wanted to share a recent showreel I put together from the last year. Diving to me is more than just a sport, it has a much deeper meaning. To me, its about adventure, exploring the unknown, and that sense of freedom I feel every time I sink below the surface. For that brief hour underwater, I'm lost in the moment... my only focus is on the pure beauty and wonder of the underwater world I'm surrounded by. This short film was created to help share those experiences, express my passion for the underwater world, and why I love it so deeply. The filming took place over the past year at several locations including the Bay Islands of Honduras, Palau in Micronesia, and right here at my home in Palm Beach, Florida. Thanks for watching! Lee
  3. Relax and enjoy some mellow mood music and weird jellies
  4. I've posted teasers on this before but now I have a good connection I can upload the whole film. Filmed over the course of a year it gives an insight into the migration and light seeking behavior of the Golden Jellyfish that live in this incredible environment. Enjoy! Richard https://vimeo.com/69592467
  5. Hi all, I wanted to share this with you as I wanted some feed back on whether anyone has seen or has footage of this type and subject. It was filmed in the last month or so in Jellyfish Lake and attempts to show the actual physical migration of the millions of Jellyfish during the day. If anyone has seen anything like this anywhere else I'd love to know as the motivation behind it was partially that I didn't think that anyone had done it before. That and it's a beautiful place looked at in a different way and good from an educational viewpoint. https://vimeo.com/49876623 Would really like some feedback on this as Jellyfish Lake is one of the most amazing places I've ever been and deserves more attention. Cheers Richard
  6. Highlights of dives in Sangalaki, Kakaban & Maratua in East Kalimantan. Featuring snorkelling with manta ray, drift diving, jelly fish lake and a very large school of barracuda at Big Fish Country. Taken in 2005-2006 with a Sony HC-1000 in an Amphibico Invader housing
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