What's the most unusual item in your camera bag? The headlamp. There are two things I've learned working in the field for more than 30 years—always have backups of your important gear and always be prepared for contingencies. So one contingency is being out at night—working or not—in the field and needing to find my way in the dark. Most recently I needed the head lamp in Jordan after a day of filming young Syrian refugees in the desert into the night. I had to find my way back to our vehicle in the pitch black. What's in your bag that is specific to the type of work you shoot? The Moleskine to make basic notes for captions—who, what, where, why, etc., and of course to keep track of details or nuanced info to add to my captions when I download at the end of the day.
Something like this must have been the origin of the Galapagos Islands, but with one difference... the birth of the Galapagos Island occurred underwater. At first glance the landscape could not seem more desolate, a handful of a burnt out islets ...
Michael Kintner, CEO, Inventor and manufacturer of 360Heros™ 360-degree video gear announces the release of “For the Love of Sharks” with Bill Macdonald Productions using the NEW underwater 360 Video Gear called ...
Best Ocean Animal Photos of 2013 Discovery News The Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition, organized by the Underwater Photography Guide, announces its 2013 winners. Here, a triggerfish is being cleaned at a wreck in the Red Sea.
A latest study on tuna found that crude oil can interrupt a key pathway found in the hearts of fish and other marine animals. The 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill exposed tuna and several marine organisms to high levels of crude oil.
PET/GUE Divers descend into the abyss at Hoyo Negro. Photo by Daniel Riordan-Araujo By Fabio Esteban Amador Explorers have discovered what might be the oldest evidence of humans in the Americas. Alex Alvarez, Franco Attolini, and Alberto (Beto) Nava are members of PET (Projecto Espeleológico de Tulum), an organization that specializes in the exploration…
Film Review: 'Journey to the South Pacific' Variety ... to the South Pacific Review December 13, 2013 | 10:00AM PT. The gorgeous, enveloping underwater imagery is the chief selling point of MacGillivray Freeman's latest Imax 3D documentary.
Ocean Art Underwater Photo Contest Winners Announced PR Web (press release) The prestigious Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition, organized by the Underwater Photography Guide, has announced the 2013 winners.
BBC News The real Moby Dick: Do whales really attack humans? BBC News It is possible that the whale changed course underwater at the last minute and unwittingly collided with the ship. The Whale on BBC ...
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