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Nudibranchs! New video
Boteli posted a topic in Photo / Video ShowcaseHope you enjoy it!! https://vimeo.com/155142368 "Color" was recorded in Lembeh Strait (Sulawesi Utara-Indonesia). Regards!
Join Us for Our 4th Annual "Capturing Critters in Lembeh" Digital Imaging Workshop December 5-12, 2015 Back together again for a limited engagement! Hergen Spalink, Kerri Bingham and Steve Fish, our previous dive center management team and photo pro return to their old stomping grounds in Lembeh Strait where they will join together with support from our In-House Photo Pro Sascha Janson and In-House Marine Biologist Dimpy Jacobs for our Capturing Critters in Lembeh 2015 workshop. This well-rounded team of experts will provide presentations, seminars & one-on-one instruction. With their intimate knowledge from 3 years diving Lembeh Strait and photographing it’s “weird and unusual” marine life they have the inside scoop on topics they’ll be discussing; including the best time to photograph a critter, lighting and capturing images in this unique environment plus finishing and editing strategies. During the workshop Steve will be focused on helping videographers enhance the quality of their work and improve their skills when taking their underwater videos. This is the perfect workshop for learning the pros’ techniques and skills to get the images and video footage you’ve always wanted to produce. Included in this unique 8 – Day Workshop: • Daily seminars by our professional presenters on a wide range of customized topics followed by practical in-water application. • “Office Hours” (one-on-one) time with the pros: maximize your learning curve during surface intervals and master the techniques presented or sort out your processing woes. • Unsurpassed dive guide attention and superlative resort service to compliment the entire event. • 7 nights & 17 guided boat dive • 3:1 diver to guide ratio • Unlimited guided house reef dives • Nitrox for all dives • Wide Angle day trip outside of Straits • Daily fruit basket & cookies in room • Complimentary 30 minute Spa treatment • 20% Discount on all Spa bookings • Complimentary Lembeh cocktail during Resort welcome US$2,550 per person in Deluxe Ocean view cottage – double or twin shared Price includes: airport transfers, all meals, snacks, coffee, tea, unlimited drinking water and taxes. For additional information about the photo pros view our webpage. For reservations click here or contact your favorite dive travel agent.
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.
I've been working on a 90-minute documentary called "Mucky Secrets", about Lembeh Strait critters. I still have some way to go before finishing it, but here's a prologue I made in advance of the full release. I really tried to show the personalities of the animals, which isn't easy when they only have about 3 seconds each. Feedback welcome!
Nick Hope posted a topic in Critter IdentificationWe've kind of been here before, but anyway... I identified this cuttlefish from the Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, as Sepia bandensis (dwarf cuttlefish), but now I'm wondering if it's more likely a small Sepia latimanus (broadclub cuttlefish), or even something else. Any idea? Sorry, I'm not sure of the size, but the dead staghorn coral it's in puts it at perhaps 8-10cm. It kind of "blushes" red. Video clips here.
MikeVeitch posted a topic in Shooting Technique, Workflow and EditingHere is a short fun video from Lembeh of a series of different animals munching away on dinner! http://youtu.be/JXexf50vemY