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Oh yeah and WP members Jason and Roger were the cameramen for the Tonga sequences if anyone didn't know. Congrats on the Auntie Beeb gig, guys.

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Oh yeah and WP members Jason and Roger were the cameramen for the Tonga sequences if anyone didn't know. Congrats on the Auntie Beeb gig, guys.

 

That was a great sequence. Really showed the power of the whales. The combination of the aerials and the uw fly-bys was awesome.

 

For those interested, Michael Pitts, who was also one of the UW cameramen on Life is talking at BSoUP in London on Wednesday:

http://www.bsoup.org/index.php

 

Alex

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The insects craziness last night was great - I'm not really into insects but found it facsinating.

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I really liked the use of macro-wide angle in the insects episode. Showing the behaviour and also the settings.

 

Alex

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I really liked the use of macro-wide angle in the insects episode. Showing the behaviour and also the settings.

 

Alex

 

 

It was amazing ... I spent a few days shooting Dragon/damselflies with the EX1 earlier this year and was really impressed with the results ... But their footage was amazing ( okay better cams) ... Super slow mo and, as Alex said, Wide-macro is the 'In' thing at the moment ... And Boy does it look awesome ...

 

I need some 'diopters' and SOON !!! ...

 

Dive safe

 

DeanB

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I really liked the use of macro-wide angle in the insects episode. Showing the behaviour and also the settings.

 

Alex

 

 

Yeah it was fab but I couldn't get a feeling for the actual size of some of the stuff like the bees in Australia - i now have viosions of these giant bees flying around!

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