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Found 6 results

  1. Hi there, new here and want to share a glimps of one favorite dive location, namely Palau in Micronesia. Enjoy
  2. My first picture, Dolphins in red sea. Canon 5d III + Seacam
  3. Marine mammals from the west coast of North America... http://www.nomads-expeditions.com/index/G0000xHTShQe4_d0
  4. HI, I am looking for a bit of advice about using the EM5. I was lucky enough to find dolphins yesterday on the way back from my dive. I had about a 10 minute encounter with two bottlenose and snapped as many photos as I could. However, almost all of them were out of focus. I was shooting on Shutter Speed Priority at 60 and 80 with the camera set to auto focus. That is what I used to do with my old camera, a g12, and never had any issues. So my question is: what is the best focus setting to use for quick moving open ocean species like dolphins, mantas, and whale sharks?
  5. 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
  6. Hello all, Did a quick video of couple of clips I got on my trip to Cocos on December 14-24 onboard Okeanos Aggressor. We were not exactly lucky with the conditions for this trip as pelagics had a bit of a week off, I suspect moon phase was probably key (it seems that the current trip is having a blast as my friend is still on board :-/ ) That's my first attempt at editing video somewhat moderately complex so things are not exactly tip-top but I like the result so far. I retrospectively should have done a little bit more videos. In the last 4 days, I fixed the GoPro on top of my dome to have continuous shooting. I had left the GoPro magic filter at home, I would have been interested to see the difference. I missed some close encounters not having that where I had a Galapagos shark shooting straight through a channel at coming head on at me, a tiger shark coming on top and behind us while we were busy looking the other way and another one shadowing me for a minute. I never had the video on for those encounters or was of course busy facing it the other way while my head was looking somewhere els The dolphin shooting is courtesy of Capt Alberto Munoz from Okeanos aggressor, we got them again on the next dive and I was busy trying to shoot them on still (they were a bit more nervous). I started to post some pictures on Flickr [vimeo]56530182[/vimeo]
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