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Found 6 results

  1. During a night dive in the red sea this squid passed by. Any tips to further improve it? Photo is taken with a Sony RX100 mk2 (Nauticam housing) and one Sea & Sea YS-01 strobe. No extra lenses used.
  2. In Taiwan, every summer, some enthusiastic divers will devote some efforts to build artificial squid nest, for marine enviroment protection. during filming, the water is no good, misty, even daytime, camera still can't capture the details of squid, also squid is very careful, so, the image is not personal satisfied, but this is only what we can do In this 2016 video, most image was shot from Taiwan L.A Diving build squid nest, some mix with LongDong NO.2. this video is delicated to those who pay efforts for taiwan underwater ecosystem. Music by: Patrick Rundblad-Heavens call
  3. Here's some footage from winter diving in the Salish Sea. 3 minutes of cold, green water muck diving with beautiful marine life large and small. If you've never seen a pacific spiny lumpsucker, take a look. Comments and critiques welcome.
  4. A short video of southern reef squid (calamari) mating and laying in southern Australia. https://youtu.be/Wpbi4t8dp9U
  5. John Ruthven, a former producer of the BBC (including the Blue Planet), and a fellow underwater photographer has started a Youtube channel called Indoona, strange creatures of the sea. This collection of sea creatures includes familiar giants like aerial shots of blue whales and squids to strange deep fish like the Fangtooth and other weird and wonderful denizens of the sea. He's hoping to build his library as his production work continues.
  6. Hi! I took this pic under a pier in Melbourne during a night dive and after looking at it again I was curious whether it was a just your normal everyday squid or something else. We regularly see pygmy, dumpling and calamari squid, but this one looks a bit out of shape and attached to a twig. It is about 5cm. Looking forward to some thoughts! Cheers, John
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