1. Mexico 2012

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    Este vídeo versa sobre Mexico 2012

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    • "Of Shark and Man" Teaser Trailer 3 (Letterboxed Version)

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      Teaser Trailer 1 - https://vimeo.com/56830620 Teaser Trailer 2 - https://vimeo.com/69686083 scarletviewmedia.com officetoocean.com officetoocean.blogspot.com facebook.com/OfficetoOcean This is the third and final Teaser Trailer for the feature length "Docufilm," Of Shark and Man, which will be released early 2014 This is the story of one man with a dream, a dream to tell the world the untold stories of sharks and humans, to inspire the uninspired and to totally reinvigorate how we view sharks on film. Part one of a series of films entitled "From the Office to the Ocean," "Of Shark and Man" uncovers the inspiring untold story of Shark Reef in Fiji, one of the greatest conservation successes of recent times, where a dead reef was brought back to life by the return of its sharks. The film follows David as he investigates the story of the Reef's rebirth, its protection, Fiji's relationship with the shark as a God and explores the controversy raging around the subject of humans feeding sharks. We also see his own personal journey towards getting closer to these sharks than anyone has been before, but can he achieve his ultimate goal, an unprotected interaction with up to 100 giant Bulls? "Of Shark and Man" also includes never before seen footage of an incredible, new and natural predatory behaviour happening only on this reef brought about by the enormous aggregation of these immense predators. "Of Shark and Man" looks like no shark film you've seen before, sounds like no shark film you've ever seen before will change the way you view sharks and films about sharks forever. Directed and Produced by: David Diley Edited by: David Diley Cinematography: Hugh Fairs Mike Neumann David Diley Hamish Harper Sound: David Diley Hamish Harper Music: "This Memory of You is Immortal" - Before the Beginning http://soundcloud.com/before-the-beginning "I am a Man who will Fight for you Honor" - Chris Zabriskie http://chriszabriskie.com/ Additional Footage: Huge thanks go out to Shawn Heinrichs for the additional Fiji Shark Fin footage http://www.bluespheremedia.com/about-us/ This film could not have been made without the support and inspiring awesomeness of the following: Jane West, Martin Harlow and Fiji Me / Tourism Fiji ( fiji.travel/ ) Mike Neumann and all at Beqa Adventure Divers ( fijisharkdive.com/ ) Alan Harborne and Dave Fidler at Canon UK ( canon.co.uk ) Tim Leroy and the boffins at Novatech ( novatech.co.uk ) Jim Standing and Fourth Element ( fourthelement.com ) Alex Tattersall at UWVisions ( uwvisions.com/ ) With special thanks to the following crowdfunders: Amanda Robinson, Jordan Lawlor, Howard Sawyer, Jeni Orme, Terry Goss, Shreekanth Acharya, Daniel Pain, Claudia Gonzalez, Mark Russell, Laura Evans, Jan Bailey And all those who wished to remain anonymous!

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      • Bull Shark Diving in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico - GoPro Hero3+

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        Dive Shop: Fantasea Dive (highly recommended): (http://tllntd.co/18GrbBI) Equipment: GoPro Hero3+ Black: (http://tllntd.co/1fLR5Jt) SRP BlurFix3+ 55 with CYD (http://tllntd.co/1je7shQ) QuickPod Monopod: (tllntd.co/11JKQkF) or stainless hardware version here: (tllntd.co/10mqAoa) Jaws Clamp Mount (http://tllntd.co/181lHHw) Hand Grip "The Bobber": (tllntd.co/1aPm45J) Music: Radical Something, "Say Yes" (http://tllntd.co/1fLRFHc) We stayed in Cozumel and took the ferry over to Playa Del Carmen for a Bull Shark dive with Fantasea Scuba. We highly recommend Fantasea for this dive and had a great time. Jason is very safety conscious and was highly attentive. Here are the highlights from the day.

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        • Jupiter SharkLife

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          This was a video I made for Force-E scuba shop's shark video contest. All footage was shot by myself or Cameron Nimmo in Jupiter, FL using GoPro cameras. Thanks for watching!

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          • Shark Life - In Black and White

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            All footage was shot by myself or my dive buddy Cameron Nimmo. All shot on GoPro cameras. All footage shot in Jupiter, FL Thanks for watching, more to come!

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            • BULL SHARK / RUM CAY

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              This mother nearly pulled me in! Also, important to note, Dakota was having a a mellow swim of the back, he could have said it was going “swimmingly” until he felt an urge to hop out. It wasn’t even 3 seconds after when this same mother cruised underneath…

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              • Bula Bulls

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                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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                • Dead or Alive - bull shark attack

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                  On South Africa's Wild Coast, a bull shark viciously attacks surfer Denver Strewig. Here's a snippet from the programme I wrote and directed about the story for Nat Geo Wild's "Dead or Alive".

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                  • Sharks- Bull Sharks off coast of South Florida.

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                    Here is a clip raising some of the amazing Bull Sharks living off the coast of South Florida.

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                    • Adopt A Bull Shark!

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                      Conservation efforts such as ‘citizen science’ are an important part of positively engaging the public and increasing our understanding of sharks, both ecologically and economically. When you ADOPT A BULL SHARK, your generous, tax-deductible, donation helps fund ‘citizen science for sharks’ all over the world, including Fiji, Ecuador, Peru, and Indonesia; and supports the application of those efforts to local and international conservation actions. Why is this important? Many shark populations are declining worldwide often due to the demands from the international shark fin trade, as well as by-catch pressures from other fisheries. The reproduction rates of many large sharks make it difficult for their populations to rebound from such impacts. Depletion of apex predators can adversely impact our ocean ecosystems yet the perception of ‘shifting baselines’ can mask these depletions. Long-time divers often report seeing far fewer sharks today than when they first starting diving, decades ago. Please help support our work to empower divers to document their valuable shark sightings; ADOPT A BULL SHARK today! Learn more about The Adopt-A-Bull Shark Initiative on Indiegogo: www.indiegogo.com/projects/adopt-a-bull-shark

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