jueves, 3 de octubre de 2013

Videos de Buceo

Muy buenas,
Realmente, creo esta entrada para mí ya que quiero ir guardando los videos de buceo que me vayan gustando:
-Mar Rojo:
Underwater videographers Valentina Cucchiara and Nick Poole, cofounders of Liquid Jungle Productions and tek divers (some images were shot at more than 100 metres deep), have turned out superb images in Full HD of some of the most interesting species and dive sites of the Red Sea, from dolphins and manta rays to whale sharks and thresher sharks, with the added thrill of the rarely seen thresher shark and all the reef species that flutter along awesome drop-offs.
Wrecks include the Thistlegorm at Sha'ab Ali, the Ghiannis D and the Carnatic at Aby Nuhas, the Rosalie Moller and the Ulysses at Gubal, as well as the Numidia at Brother Islands. Images of sharks were shot at Brother Islands, Daedalus Reef and Ras Mohammed.

A trailer from a diving liveaboard visiting some of the best dives sites of the Egyptian Red Sea: Elphinstone, Deadalus and the Brothers. The aim is to dive with the amazing and graceful oceanic whitetip shark! Previously this species was commen in open water, but during the last 30 years or just 3 shark generations it has been decimated by 98% due to intense shark finning. In addition to the oceanics there is a good chance of encountering thresher sharks at the Brothers, and the coral walls are simply beautiful!
The video was shot on a Sony HDR HC1 camcording using a Light & Motion Bluefin housing.

A week long liveaboard dive trip on the "Blue Seas", diving the Northern Wrecks & Brothers Islands itinerary. Vibrant, brilliantly colored hard corals, enormous shipwrecks & even a 20 minute snorkel alongside a whale shark. Videography: Sony HDR-550CX, Amphibico Housing, L & M Sola 1200 video light. Soundtrack: Avatar movie soundtrack, Blank & Jones, 2002.

An edited video from a couple of liveaboards we've made in December 2012 and January 2013. North trip (Abu Nuhas, Gubal,Sinai) and South trip (Sataya, Marsa Alam, Hamata). Encounters with Turtle, Feathertail Rays, Leopard Ray and Dolphins.
Equipment: Intova HD Sport action camera

Highlights from Red Sea diving in April 2013. The Hammer Head shark encounter was definitely the highlight. The great visibility was, however, what I remember the most about this trip.

Filming Locations:
Big Brother
Small Brother
Numida Wreck
Gola Abu Ramada
El Mina Wreck

The underwater footage was shot in high definition with Sony HDR 550 in a Light and Motion Bluefin 550 housing with Magic Filter, a Fathom 90 wide angle lens and two Sola 1200 video lights also from L&M. Top side videos were shot on Nikon D7000.
The post production was done in Final Cut Pro X and Davinci Resolve 9. MPEG encoding for YouTube was done using Compressor 4.

Promotional film made by Continent 5ive Films for the wonderful UMBI Diving Village & Resort at Shark's Bay in the Egyptian Red Sea.

A short film from a trip in Red Sea to Northern wrecks and reefs, Brothers Islands and Elphinstone reef.

After an incredible 8 days diving in Egypt in November 2012, I decided to make a video out of all my camera footage. The videos are taken around the Sharm El Sheikh area and include the Ras Mohammad National Park. The soundtrack is Clocks by Coldplay, the instrumental version. Hope you like it :)

A collection of clips from two awesome weeks of scuba diving (July 30 to August 11 2012) with Camel Dive Club, Naama Bay, Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt.

Let me know in the comments if you wish to know details about exact locations where any of the footage was recorded.

Links to "interesting stuff" (not complete, just a few pointers):
Tiran Island from boat: 0:36
Emperor Angelfish: 1:57
Yellowbar angelfish: 2:22
A few couples of Red Sea Angelfish: 2:47
Giant clam: 3:59
Blue triggerfish: 4:06
Various puffers (masked, stellate): 4:34
Parrotfish: 5:39
Bluespotted rays: 7:48
Eagle ray: 8:58
Feathertail ray: 9:37
Unicornfish: 9:56
MASSIVE schools of batfish / snappers / barracuda (spot them!): 11:12
Clownfish with anemones: 16:10
Red anemone at Jackson Reef: 17:51
Tuna: 18:17
Close-up of barracudas: 18:42
Baitball: 19:00
Glassfish: 19:44
Free-swimming lionfish: 21:27
Crocodilefish: 21:47
MASSIVE gorgonian fan with swim-through (spot the scorpionfish!): 22:38
Can you spot the intruder? 23:55
Assorted moray eels: 24:14
Napoleon wrasse: 25:09
Turtles: 26:16
Cornetfish: 28:15
Hammerhead shark: 29:25
Ras Goma (not often dived, note density of coral!): 29:41
Sergeant major damselfish: 31:37
Dolphins!: 32:55

Entirely shot with a GoPro HD HERO2 in the GoPro dive housing, no filters, no lights. Settings were 1080p 30fps, medium FOV.
No color correction was done, so I apologize for the hue variations in the video - clips from different depths and thus varying light conditions were edited together.

The Colors of the Red Sea is a short underwater movie shot in the Red Sea with a Canon 5D Mark II and an Ikelite housing. The lenses used are: EF15mm f/2.8, EF 17-40mm F/4 and EF 100mm macro IS USM
Music: Sunrise by Aquascape
Visit our website for more underwater videos: http://www.artifx.ch
Actualización a 03/06/2014: Entrada sobre nuestro viaje al Rojo en el 2012 y los dos videos resumen que se hicieron:

Videos resumen:

Crucero de Buceo por el Mar Rojo (Egipto) haciendo una ruta de Pecios y Arrecifes organizada por David Fernández y Buceo Donosti.
Ruta Norte e Islas Brothers: 17 inmersiones, 3 de éllas nocturnas, arrecifes en Islas Brothers y Ras Mohammed (Ras Muhammad National Park) y pecios SS Thistlegorm, Rosalie Moller, Giannis D, El Minya, Numidia y Salem Express.
Página Web de Vicente Leal:

Y ruta Sur del Mar Rojo:

Un cenote (del maya ts'ono'ot: caverna con agua) es una dolina inundada de origen kárstico que se encuentra en algunas cavernas profundas, como consecuencia de haberse derrumbado el techo de una o varias cuevas. Ahí se juntan las aguas subterráneas, formando un estanque más o menos profundo. Existen varios tipos de cenotes: a cielo abierto, semiabiertos y subterráneos o en gruta. Esta clasificación está directamente relacionada con la edad del cenote, siendo los cenotes maduros aquellos que se encuentran completamente abiertos y los más jóvenes los que todavía conservan su cúpula intacta. Como otras muchas estructuras geomorfológicas, los cenotes son estructuras transitorias, que finalmente pueden terminar rellenos y desecados, pasando a formar parte de lo que se conoce como un paleokarst.

Cenote Angelita:


Cenote Angelita from Felipe Javier García Garrido on Vimeo.



Cenote Dos Ojos:


Cenote Dos Ojos from Felipe Javier García Garrido on Vimeo.


Nota: Página web interesante:

Actualización a 04/12/2013: Vaya, estos videos sobre cenotes se han proyectado en el 37 Ciclo de Cine Submarino:
Y yo pensando que íbamos a ver algo diferente!

Actualización a 24/03/2015:

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