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Found 19 results

  1. Hello, just saw this nudibranch @ east of Mauritius. It is the 1st time I see it and I'm having problem to ID it. Maybe around 40mm. Help will be much appreciated. Thanks, Joss
  2. This very small (less than 1 cm) nudibranch was spotten by my diveguide, diving in the central Atolls of the Maldives. Trying to find the species...
  3. Anilao Nudibranchs and Other Sea Slugs by members Jim Anderson, Mike Bartick and David Behrens. Available at the Apple iBooks store here https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/anilao-nudibranchs-2016/id1210743768?ls=1&mt=11
  4. Here is a clip of some Polycera quadrilineata nudis i have filmed recently.
  5. Hi Wetpixelites and Nudilovers, I have a potential new nudibranch alert from New Zealand. Here's the story and photos: http://www.inspiredtodive.com/nudiblog/is-there-a-new-nudibranch-in-nz Please share this with all of your nudi networks. I'm very keen to hear from anyone who thinks they may have seen this species. Happy sea slug snooping! Ali
  6. Hello everyone, I wanted to share my latest short film effort. I don't know about the rest of you, but whenever I am macro diving, I always have to take step back and think about how crazy looking and acting the animals are down there. To me, I think of Aliens! Have a look at my new film 'Stay With Us'. I am curious on feedback on the footage, concept, music, sound etc.. Let me know your thoughts. I hope you enjoy it. Dustin
  7. Hope you enjoy it!! https://vimeo.com/155142368 "Color" was recorded in Lembeh Strait (Sulawesi Utara-Indonesia). Regards!
  8. this is the first image i've used lightroom to edit. please let me know what you think? thanks! q.
  9. Hello Everyone, Wanted to share my latest underwater short video. I finally got some good footage of some emperor shrimp while I was in PNG. They are known to be fast and elusive to the videographer. So it was nice to have some cooperate. As always, comments and constructive criticism, are certainly welcome. Enjoy! Dustin Or Youtube
  10. https://vimeo.com/80434354 Hello Everyone, I put together this short video of a Nudibranch eating another Nudibranch. It really is pretty crazy. I didn't even know they did this. Let me know what you think. Hope you enjoy. Dustin
  11. Hello all, I wanted to post my latest film effort. I was fortunate enough to have it selected to be shown at the SDUFEX film expo. Let me know what you think. Let me know what you liked and didn't like. I am always looking to improve. Hope you enjoy it! Dustin https://vimeo.com/76389975
  12. Hey, Could anyone ID this little lovely for me? From Bequia, St Vincent & the Grenadines. Depth 13m on sandy channel between reef and turtle grass.
  13. Our critter & nudibranch trips have been proving so popular we are running more in 2013. For 2013 we have two more very unique and exciting trips to offer. Both will venture into our hottest sites around northern Sumbawa which has proven to be one of Indonesia’s best hunting grounds for nudibranchs and critters. On our recent trip to this area we recorded a grand total of 437 different species in 11 days on 41 dives. The much sought after Melibe colemani we hope to show the lucky ones on these forthcoming trips… Trip 1 – Bali-Bima-Labuan Bajo-Bali Dates and logistics 6th September 2013 arrive in Bali, overnight hotel 7th September depart Bali at 10.20am and arrive in Bima at 11.20am 17th September depart Labuan Bajo at 8.30am and arrive back in Bali at 9.50am Sample Itinerary We will be starting our diving in the bay of Bima with a great nudibranch site we found on last years trip before heading out to dive towards the mouth of Bima bay. Our aim on this trip is to possibly explore around the foothills of Mount Tambora (click here to check area map) and heading into Saleh Bay which has always caught my eye every time I fly over this area. The great thing about this route is that if we do not find enough interesting spots on our exploratory dives we simply cruise for a few hours and dive around the guaranteed sites of Sangeang island. We will spend at least 3-4 days on our guaranteed top spots on Sangeang island. For our last few days will be on northern Rinca where we have a killer site with a few really rare and much sought after species that we will be looking to show you. Price: EUR 2,640 per person (10 nights) Included: One night hotel in Bali, flights to & from airport including 30kg luggage, unlimited diving, nitrox, all meals, snacks, tea, coffee & water. Not Included: Canned and alcoholic beverages, equipment rental, gratuities. Optional Extras: If you are travelling through Bali before or after the trip why not add in North East of the island? Contact us for more information and prices. Diving 4 Images can look after every aspect of your trip including resorts and hotels before and after the trip. We can help you build a personalised itinerary to make sure that the trip runs like clock-work. If you would like us to arrange resorts or hotels, or any other aspect of your trip, just contact us! !!BOOK NOW - few spaces left!! Contact us Unknown Halgerda from Triton Bay October 2012 Trip 2 – Bali-Labuan Bajo-Maumere-Bali Dates and logistics 18th September 2013 arrive in Bali, overnight hotel 19th September depart Bali ar around 8am and arrive in Labuan Bajo around 9.30am 29th September depart Maumere at 7.40am and arrive back in Bali at 9.40am Sample Itinerary We will heading down to northern Rinca and dive on our hot critter/nudibranch site here for a few days before heading over to north Sumbawa where we will be diving on the very best of the last trips sites for at least 3-4 days before heading east. On our way towards Maumere we have a very new and exciting site to show everyone joining this trip. This is a site we called Crazy Beach which proved very productive for some really unusual species of nudibranchs along with a lot of other wish list critters. There is also a lush wall dive that may take a look at, in search of a few different opistobranch species in this very different habitat. We will stop further east on the north coast of Flores for a dive or two before heading north to the island of Raja (Paloe) where rich black sand and scattered reef is often home to a great variety of interesting opistobranch species, including one particular various predatory nudi that eats other opistobranchs. On our way into Maumere we may dive on one of my favorite reefs that is often rich in species before we head into the bay to dive our nudi rich mucky/seagrass site for the last day and a half. Price: EUR 2,684 per person (10 nights) Included: One night hotel in Bali, flights to & from airport including 30kg luggage, unlimited diving, nitrox, all meals, snacks, tea, coffee & water. Not Included: Canned and alcoholic beverages, equipment rental, gratuities. Optional Extras: If you are travelling through Bali before or after the trip why not add in North East of the island? Contact us for more information and prices. Diving 4 Images can look after every aspect of your trip including resorts and hotels before and after the trip. We can help you build a personalised itinerary to make sure that the trip runs like clock-work. If you would like us to arrange resorts or hotels, or any other aspect of your trip, just contact us! Doing both trips For those wanting to do both trips back to back the rate will be EUR 6,861 which includes additional 2 nights stay in between trips in Labuan Bajo. The Boat Ondina under sail Ondina is fitted throughout in solid wood gives a really warming feeling throughout. The lounge area has good entertainments with videos, music CD’s and games at hand for those who may not be diving as much as others. A recent addition of an upper deck sunshade makes for a better place to dry off between dives, without burning in direct sun. The boat is designed for 16 guests though we will not be filling Ondina to the max to allow for more space onboard and more freedom underwater. Click here for more details about Ondina. If you are interested in nudibranch & critter trips in 2013 please contact us to hold a place or more details… Look forward to diving with you soon. Your cruise director & dive guide, Graham Abbott
  14. Hello all, The folks over at the SEA International Photo and Video competition (NCUPS). have announced the winners of this years Video competition. They run a great organization, and I recommend anyone who is interested to enter in next years competition. This year I was lucky enough to have placed in first place in the Classic category. I have to admit, I am pretty excited about this, as this the first competition I have ever entered. Have a look if you have a few minutes. Feel free to Share, Like, and Comment on it. I value all the opinions here on Wetpixel, so if there are things that you think I could do better, please feel free to chime in. I am always looking to improve. Thanks, Dustin https://vimeo.com/66011703
  15. Hello all: I was in the Philippines this last month, and had the good fortune of being able to film an extremely rare nudibranch. The Kalinga Ornata! To my knowledge, this is the only video of the nudibranch in a natural and behavioral standpoint. Even Roger Steene hasn't seen this nudibranch yet! After reviewing my footage that evening, I noticed that I caught it eating a Brittle Star. With it's translucent body, you can see the star moving around in the body. I didn't know it was feeding when I was shooting it. So that was a pleasant surprise! I am sorry for all the junk in the water. It was a very silty dive site, and being a night dive, my lights were attracting all sorts of critters. Let me know what you think of the video, and if you have ever seen this nudi before either video or photo. Thanks, Dustin
  16. This is the time that the beautiful nudibranches spawn here on the west coast of Norway. So me and my buddy went for some nudibranch hunting! Since the waters are so cold during the winter ( 34F) our only option is a heavy duty drysuit. We managed one hour bottomtime, but then it was time to head for the surface to a hot cup of coffee! I use an canon 350d in an ikelite housing. 160ds strobes and a l&m sola 800 focus light.
  17. Ambon (Indonesia) critters hunt March 2013 A perfect dive holiday for those wanting to find rare and unusual marine life, go searching for the unknown and even learn some more about the critters you love most. We will be diving from the charming and very well set up Maluku Divers. Dates: The trip starts on 13 March 2012 in Ambon, Indonesia. The trip finishes on 23 March 2013 in Ambon, Indonesia. Price: $2,355 for 3 boat dives (2 day dives and a night dive) or $2262 for 3 boat dives during the day. The above package includes: shared accommodation, all meals, tea, coffee and water. The above package does not include: canned or alcoholic beverages, equipment rental, flights, other hotels and gratuties. Flight Information: Departure will be from either Bali (via Surabaya) or direct out of Jakarta depending on your incoming flights. Flights out of Bali depart Bali 6.30am via Surabaya, arriving in Ambon at 14.50pm Flights out of Jakarta depart Jakarta 1.30am direct to Ambon arrives at 7.00am Baggage allowance on internal flights in Indonesia is typically 20kg though this varies between operators. Optional Extras The prices above are based on shared accommodation. If you would like a bungalow to yourself this can be arranged though a single supplement will apply. Nitrox is available and will be charged per tank at the resort. For those travelling through Bali before or after the trip why not add a visit to Scuba Seraya Resort in the North East of the island? The resort has built a great reputation as one of the best for underwater photographers with excellent critter diving and the famous Liberty Wreck very close with one of Scuba Seraya speedboats. Diving 4 Images can look after every aspect of your trip including flights and hotels before and after the trip. We can help you build a personalised itinerary to make sure that the trip runs like clock-work. If you would like us to arrange your flights and hotels in Indonesia just contact us! www.diving4images.com info@diving4images.com WHY WITH DIVING4IMAGES? Graham is the founder and director of Diving 4 Images. He is Diving 4 Images main guide & expedition director who likes to run pretty much every trip we organise. It is Graham who will be personally showing you the best dives in Indonesia, sharing his experience, knowledge and passion for the underwater world when you join a Diving 4 Images trip. Since founding Diving 4 Images, Graham has worked with some of the best photographers and film-makers in the business, becoming the dive guide of choice for many well known professionals. Its not just about the professionals though, Graham enjoys nothing more than leading groups of enthusiastic non-professionals who share his passion. Indeed Graham is equally at home taking a BBC camera crew to remote locations to film sea-snake behavior as he is leading a group of enthusiastic nudibranch nuts as they search for rare specimens for no other reason than their own pleasure.
  18. Hello wetpixlers! It has been a long time in the making, and I’m very happy to announce the release of my 2013 Calendar: Nudibranchs of the Pacific Northwest. The calendar features a collection of twelve high-quality macro shots of different nudibranch (sea slug) species endemic to the coastal waters of Washington State and British Colombia. For more details about the calendar, and to purchase your copy, visit the calendar’s website: http://savage.light-speed.de/nudibranch-calendar-2013.html Please note that parts of the proceeds will be donated to the Coral Reef Alliance! If you have a Facebook or Google+ account, or one with another social website, please promote this calendar by posting its link! You can either click on one of the buttons at the bottom of the site, or, better yet, paste the direct link and comment. With that, I hope you enjoy the pictures of these tiny sea slugs Thanks everybody! Jens
  19. CRITTERS & NUDIBRANCH EXPEDITION: 22 SEPT TO 3 OCT 2012 After the huge success of last years nudibranch hunt we just had to do the trip again. On our 2011 expedition we found 483 different species of nudibranch, the challenge has been set! If you are a nudi nut, a die-hard brancher, this really is the trip for you. It’s not just nudibranchs of course, when you slow down and scour a range of habitats for seas slugs you can be guaranteed to find a whole host of other critters you would otherwise have missed. If you love nudibranchs and critters this trip is not to be missed !!!!!A recent cancellation has meant space has opened on this exciting trip!!!! For more info check out: http://www.diving4images.com/trips-services/trips/critter-nudibranch-2012/ Please mention Wetpixel in your request. WHERE? We will be diving mainly around the critter rich volcanic black sand island that just about every diver loves so much – Sangeang. During this trip we will also have one or maybe two days exploring for new critter sites on northern Sumbawa. The last couple of days will be spent in the bay of Bima where there is some great muck-diving to be found. WHY WITH DIVING4IMAGES? Graham is the founder and director of Diving 4 Images. He is Diving 4 Images main guide & expedition director who like to run pretty much every trip we organise. It is Graham who will be personally showing you the best dives in Indonesia, sharing his experience, knowledge and passion for the underwater world when you join a Diving 4 Images trip. Since founding Diving 4 Images, Graham has worked with some of the best photographers and film-makers in the business, becoming the dive guide of choice for many well known professionals. Its not just about the professionals though, Graham enjoys nothing more than leading groups of enthusiastic non-professionals who share his passion. Indeed Graham is equally at home taking a BBC camera crew to remote locations to film sea-snake behavior as he is leading a group of enthusiastic nudibranch nuts as they search for rare specimens for no other reason than their own pleasure.
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