A collection of shorts by underwater cameraman Richard Brooks, using footage mainly shot during the year 2012.
0.11- 0.18- 3 Divers Descend from boat, back-lit by sun
0.18- 0.25– Tracking shot of fan, fish and diver
0.26- 0.33 – Big Eye Trevally school split away from reef
0.33- 0.47 – Gray Reef Sharks amid Big Eye Trevallies
0.48- 0.55 – Trevally scuffing Gray Reef Shark
0.56- 1.00 – Wide shot of Trevallies and Snapper
1.00- 1.06 – Giant Moray and Juvenile cleaner wrasse
1.06- 1.10- Adolescent Napoleon Wrasse
1.11- 1.20- Swimming Moray Naopleon at end
1.20- 1.24- Nuclear hunting with Moray, Napoleon and Blue-fin Trevally
1.25- 1.30- Wide upwards shot of White-tip reef sharks, reef and divers.
1.30- 1.32- Medium shot of swimming White-tip reef shark
1.32- 1.35- Napoleon Wrasse and gathering White-tips
1.35- 1.39 Group of White-tips traveling over reef
1.39- 1.43 Gray Reef Shark revealed behind Snappers
1.43- 1.51- Sharks, Trevally and Snappers hunt over a reef
1.51- 1.55- Sharks, Napoleon, Snapper and Grouper hunt fish under coral head.
1.55- 2.05- Giant Trevally catches fleeing fish
2.05- 2.17- Silhouetted Gray reef shark and diver
2.23- 2.27- Medium wide static shot of Anemone
2.27- 2.35- Porcelain Crab walks through tentacles on Anemone
2.35- 2.43- Porcelain Crab filter feeding on Anemone
2.43- 2.51- Commensal Shrimp in Anemone Tentacles
2.51- 2.55- Static shot of Red fin Anthias in current over reef
2.55-2.59 Static medium shot of red-fin Anthias diving into reef
2.59- 3.23- 5 Mantas revealed by Snappers in mid water
3.23- 3.31- Manta swimming up to surface
3.31- 3.39- Rotating shot of 4 Mantas and sun
3.39- 3.47- Single Manta swimming through Fusiliers
3.47- 3.55 Moon Jellies backlit
3.55- 4.03- Timelapse of Jellyfish Lake. Reaction to light and shade
4.03- 4.11- Timelapse of Jellyfish Lake migration with sun
4.11- 4.15- Saltwater crocodile resting in Mangroves
4.15- 4.19 Shaky shot of Saltwater crocodile swimming at camera
4.19- 4.23- Wide long shot of Zebra Shark male biting female’s pectoral fin
4.23- 4.27- Medium shot of male Zebra shark biting female's fin whilst swimming.
4.27- 4.35- Close up shot of male Zebra shark biting female's fin whilst swimming.
4.35- 4.39- Introduction of schooling Orange-spine Surgeon-fish
4.39- 4.43- Schooling Moorish Idols swim to the reef from open water.
4.43- 4.49- Schooling Moorish Idols turn in unison back to reef.
4.49- 4.54- Schooling Big eye Scad flee from open water
4.54- 4.59- Schooling Scad change direction in unison
4.59- 5.04- Feeding Fusiliers back-lit by sun.
5.14- 5.33- Tracking shot of Table coral revealing swimming Hawksbill Turtle over coral reef.
5.33- 5.39- White Sea fan and fish, Velasco reef
5.39- 5.46- School of White-tongue Trevallies swim along wall
5.46- 5.54- Reveal of feeding Hawksbill Turtle
5.54- 6.04- Feeding Hawksbill Turtle and Emperor Angelfish
6.04- 6.11- Corkscrew whip coral
6.11- 6.17- White-tongue Trevallies close up
6.17- 6.21- Diver and Black-fin Barracuda
6.21- 6.35- Spotted Eagle-ray swimming over reef
6.35- 6.42- C. kunei in double time
6.42- 6.59- Lantern Toby in Blue Holes
6.59- 7.10- Underwater photographers in Blue holes
7.10- 7.15- Flame file clam, aka "disco clam"
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A motion graphic video (along with illustrations by myself) I made for an exciting new product that is now featured on Indiegogo at this URL: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/rocko-collar-gps-pet-collar/x/3836319
Rocko Collar is a specially made pet collar for dogs & cats which allows you to track their location with GPS technology. A mobile app accompanies the product which is very simple to use.
Once you have your Rocko Collar, you simply download the app, scan the package to sync the collar to your app and enter some quick details such as your email and your pet's name. After that you just open the app and click on the 'Find Pet' button, and their location will be revealed on a map.
Unfortunately this product will only be available in the UK for the moment until further investment is procured.
For more information you can find the product on kickstarter, or have a look at the facebook and twitter pages for other updates.