1. Malta

    04:12

    from Lutfu Tanrıover / Added

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    Some shots from Malta underwater

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    • The White Wall 1

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      from Erich Heiz / Added

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      The White Wall a famous dive site at the Rainbow Reef, Somosoma Strait, Fiji Islands Without current just a wall like others, but when the current starts.. Enjoy the pictures.

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      • Bula Bulls

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        from Steven Fish / Added

        Update: This is another remaster of a video shot originally in 4K but down sampled to an HD workflow. I've just reconstructed it in 4K end to end and made this HD version of it from the finished 4K piece. While I was at it, I made a couple of minor changes to the original version. I decided that the first minute of scenes, which were all filmed at about 110 ft. might look nice in B&W. At that depth, everything is monochromatic anyhow, and sharks are a perfect subject for B&W so why not... I like the look of the scenes in B&W, RED footage converts to monochrome very nicely. The remainder of the film matches the original cut. In October 2013, while on a project in Fiji, I had the pleasure of doing 10 truly amazing shark dives out of Pacific Harbour (you can see my prior blog post on my website, www.FishTalesFilms.com, for more details). I was diving with Beqa Adventure Divers. They bill themselves as a conservation organization that runs a dive operation. I can say that they live up to that credo because they are all about protecting the area's shark population. They were instrumental in setting up the Shark Reef Marine Reserve where the dive takes place and securing full protection from fishing in the area. They set up the reserve in 2004 and have been actively protecting the area since then. This short film is made with some of the footage from those 10 dives. Shot on RED. Hope you enjoy. I will definitely go back. This part of the description is an optional bit of shark evangelism which you may also want to read: I know that some divers object to shark feeding because they think that it's "not natural", but here are a few reasons why it's a good idea when done correctly: 1. It increases awareness. Some people don't know how much they love sharks until they see one up close and personal. Remember, we only protect what we love, and we only love what we understand. 2. It gives the sharks some subtle incentive to remain in a protected region. These sharks are not dependent on the feeding. It's just a tasty little snack to them and they aren't getting it every day. An 8 ft Bull Shark can (and does) go anywhere it wants to. But the feeding is an encouragement to hang around in the general vicinity, which also happens to be the safest place for them. 3. Sharks REALLY need some advocates. The shark fin fleets are pillaging the world's shark populations. It is estimated that they are slaughtering over 100 million sharks a year, just for their fins, just to add some texture to a soup that has become a status symbol in Asia. If this doesn't stop really soon, the populations will crash to the point that they cannot recover. I'd hate to see these magnificent creatures that achieved evolutionary perfection 65 million years ago disappear from the seas in my lifetime. Kudos to Beqa Adventure Divers for putting a dent in a really big problem. You guys ROCK!

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        • Folie de famille

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          from Bruno Barriere / Added

          Folie de famille! My friend Pascale died from a brain tumor last year. She was married to my dive buddy Éric and together they had a son named Zak. Zak never had the chance to dive with her mother and just had his Open Water certification this summer in Cancun. 2 years ago, after a second surgery, Pascale dove back in Columbus Island with Éric and had a great time shooting funny underwater shots without fins, just like an astronaut . This summer, Zak decided to do the same thing in Cozumel. With the magic of film-editing, now they had a dive all together. http://scubaplongee.com/?page_id=1257 Father, Mother (RIP), and 12 years old son. Let the magic of film-editing let them dive together for a short moment. Father's : Roatan 2013 Mother's : Columbus Island feb.2012 Son's : summer 2013-Cancun+Cozumel (finally certified OW)

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          • Rouge on RED

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            from Steven Fish / Added

            I've been shooting UW video with the RED in my Amphibico Rouge housing for almost 9 months now. Recently, Amphibico asked for a sample piece to show at this year's DEMA Dive Show in Orlando this coming November. So I put this piece together using RED footage that I shot in the Rouge in Indonesia (Lembeh Strait, Raja Ampat and Triton Bay), in Fiji (aboard Fiji Siren in the North and with Beqa Adventure Divers out of Pacific Harbor) and in Sydney, Australia with Dive Centre Manly. Since DEMA is an industry only show and not open to the general public, I though I should also share it on my Vimeo Channel. Hope you enjoy it.

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            • Electrical hazard ahead! The elusive Torpedo Ray (Electric Ray)

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              from Julie Ouimet - N2 Pix / Added

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              In June 2013, we spotted 2 distinct (size and features) Atlantic Torpedo Rays on 2 late afternoon dives in York Maine, USA. Conditions were not ideal : daylight was fading and visibility was low (changing tides and high winds). Shot with Sony FS100 in Genesis housing (not uploaded in original format).

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              • The lost ROCK

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                from Rodrigo Figueiredo (video maker) / Added

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                Roca Partida - Revillagigedo - México, july of 2013 With Nautilus Explorer by XDivers and 2Olhares Special thanks to: André Valentim and Nautilus Explorer! Images and editing: Rodrigo Thome and Rodrigo Figueiredo Camera: Sony FS700 Underwater housing: AMPHIBICO/AQUATICA Lights: SOLA 4000 LIGHT & MOTION Animals in order of appearance: Hammerhead sharks, dolphins, Galapagos shark, silver tip shark, yellow fin tuna, white tip shark, whale shark and manta ray

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                • Favourites, Part 1

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                  from owen bruce / Added

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                  A compilation of some of my favorite underwater footage shot at various locations around the world. Sony F900r, EX3, Z1.

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                  • JARDINES DE LA REINA

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                    from Rafa Herrero Massieu / Added

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                    Un oasis de vida en el Caribe ajeno a la masificación, tal vez uno de los últimos lugares vírgenes donde podemos bucear acompañados de tiburones en todas las inmersiones o contemplar de tu a tu al cocodrilo de agua salada en los canales de mangles. Más información en: http://cubandivingcenters.com/es An oasis of life in the Caribbean, unaware of overcrowding. Perhaps one of the last unspoilt places where we can dive surrounded by sharks or meet face to face the saltwater crocodile in the mangrove channels. More information on: http://cubandivingcenters.com

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                    • LAVA SEA

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                      from Rafa Herrero Massieu / Added

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                      Shooting with Red Epic camera ,digital 5K cinema resolution. My first two weeks with the Red Epic. Very good feeling, easy to handle, with a perfect balance. With the Rouge underwater housing.

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