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  1. Hi all, I recently started with underwatervideography and had the luck of filming a seahorse in the Eastern Scheldt in The Netherlands. We dive there every week and a lot of people don't realize you can see beautiful things over there despite of the poor visibility compared to tropical water. Therefore I would like to share this video with you :-) https://seahorses.guylian.com/contest/seahorse-in-the-eastern-scheldt If you like it, hit the like button beneath the video in the link. Also, if you have any comments on how I can improve my video skills, feel free to comment.
  2. Last year I participated in a Dutch underwater film contest. This is a live contest, meaning that you have two days to shoot your footage. As I f****d up my first day, all the footage used in this film was shot on the second day. Lobsters are easy to find in the Netherlands, so I decided to devote the film to them. An artist fantasying about the underwater world tells the rest of the story. Everything was shot with an Olympus OM-D 5 Mark 2, with 8, 12 and 60 mm Olympus lenses. I loved making this film, hope you like to watch it! Linda
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