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  1. Hello Wetpixelers! QUESTION: I will be taking my first-ever liveaboard trip on the Palau Siren in 1 months time. For those of you who have been on this boat, wondering if it's necessary to bring my own soft sided-cooler/rinse tank? We'll be going to New Zealand afterwards, so not too crazy about lugging this thing around, but my camera's well-being comes first over mine...obviously..... Thank you in advance, wondering because I've heard some reports of rinse tank bad-behavior on other liveaboards, (which is to be expected, I suppose), so wanted to see what the rinse-tank to diver ratio might be on this one. -KTDG
  2. Hello Everyone, I wanted to share my latest video I have put together for my 'Rolling in the Deep' Series. This time it focuses on Macro subjects found in Komodo. I look shooting macro, and I don't feel that macro gets enough attention at least from the video side. Some of the coolest underwater characters are of the small variety. As alway, comments good bad or indifferent are always appreciated. Enjoy! Dustin Or Youtube, watch in HD.
  3. Hello Everyone, I wanted to share the next installment of my Rolling in the Deep series. This time it is in Komodo Indonesia. This is a wide angle look. With a Macro version coming soon. Let me know what you think. Enjoy Dustin Or Youtube
  4. We've just returned from a fantastic trip to Tubbataha Reef in the Philippines on Siren Liveaboard! There were plenty of Big Fish including Whale Sharks, Spinner Dolphins and a Guitar Shark! Our full trip report + images are now on our website - enjoy!
  5. We've just returned from an epic 10 night trip to North & South Raja Ampat on Siren Liveaboard! The trip had many highlights but nothing could beat our bait ball dives with 40 Mobula Rays! Our full trip report + images are now on our website - enjoy! This has to be my favourite image (although it was a tough choice!)
  6. Since I'm in a sharing mood today here is a short clip of the whalesharks from Oslob on the island of Cebu in the Phillippines. I know that a lot of people have a problem with feeding the whalesharks but the alternative is probably finning. Regardless it's prbably one of the most fun times I've had in the water.
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