A simple edit of footage I shot at a site along the shore of Jervis Inlet, B.C., on Canada's west coast, for my documentary film: This Living Salish Sea
This is just meant as a very basic sample to show some of the latest underwater work for my film, so, sorry for the somewhat abrupt ending.
A big thank you to Beverly & Jim Saunders for the invite, boat ride, warm hospitality and support for protecting these precious natural spaces. (See more from Beverly Saunders who publishes an interactive online magazine for the Sunshine Coast, dealing with sustainability issues, the environment and the community at: sustainablecoast.ca)
Also, thanks to iTorch for a discount on a light purchase, they are helping as one of the sponsors for my film.
Camera: Panasonic DMC-GH3
Lens: Panasonic Lumix 14-42mm
Lights: iTorch Pro5 & Pro6 plus my own custom built 2,000 lumen Led light.
Note, there is an octupus hiding in one of the shots, maybe you can spot it?
Earlier in the summer, I was filming a lot of beautiful large seastars, but sadly, now they have all died, from some as yet undetermined cause, so none of those are appearing any longer in my coverage.
Music: Flight Of Soul by Trans Atlantic Rage/Balogh (alteredstateofmine.net)