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Join Wetpixel, Tom St George and Under the Jungle from 11 to 18 July 2020 for a unique opportunity to capture amazing images in Mexico's fantastic caves and cenotes. We are running a 6-day intensive workshop, with the aim of capturing some memorable images. These caves offer an ideal environment to capture stunning images, with a wide variety of options to allow for people with different experience and qualifications. We will be working in very small groups to ensure that everyone gets to maximize imaging opportunities. Full details are on the trip's page: http://wetpixel.com/i.php/caves20/ or you can PM/email Adam.
Join Wetpixel in Isla Mujeres for the 2017 Sailfish Safari. We will be there from 16 to 22 February 2017, snorkeling, photographing and filming these amazing charismatic animals and the stunning baitball action that results when they hunt the sardines that are in the waters surrounding the island during the winter. http://wetpixel.com/i.php/sailfish17/
We have a few spaces available for the Wetpixel Oceanic Sharks trip. Reports from our operators on Cat Island, Epic Diving, are saying that there are numerous oceanic whitetips around and interacting with their groups at the moment. It looks ike it will definitely be an amazing trip. It runs from 12 to 18 April, please get in touch for more details or to book. http://wetpixel.com/articles/late-availability-wetpixel-oceanic-whitetips-2015 Adam
Hi all, Do you want to see more whale sharks in one day than most people see in a lifetime. Do you want a series of up-close encounters with them or to record stunning imagery featuring these amazing creatures? Over the past few years, Wetpixel has run photographer-friendly trips to Isla Mujeres, Mexico in order to observe and record the world's largest aggregation of the world's largest fish. This year, we have a few spaces on the first trip which runs (30 July to 5 August), and 3 spaces on the second trip (5 to 11 August) still available. These represent an amazing opportunity as they are normally heavily over-subscribed. Full details of the trips are on the Wetpixel Expedition page. Below is some video of Eric (and a few whale sharks) from the trip in 2011: For more info or to book, please email Dan Baldocchi Adam